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Speaking of psp's, my cousin bought a can of condensed milk but couldnt eat it all at once so he put it in his bag (with nothing over it). Unfortunately hes an idiot and his psp was also in the bag, so it got condensed milk all through it, imo probably one of the worst things you could get through a tiny electrical device.

He took it apart, cleaned it and put it back together with 2 screws missing and voila! it worked!

Then he somehow managed to sell it for heaps on the basis that his particular psp was special and could take more maltrreatment than others (considering it had had condensed milk all through it).
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here ya go

http://www.llamma.com/PSP/

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