PSP FLAT SCREEN FACE PLATE

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Introduction: PSP FLAT SCREEN FACE PLATE


HELLO EVERYONE,

THIS IS MY FIRST INSTRUCTABLE, SO PLEASE, BE KIND WITH YOUR COMMENTS, THANK YOU. I MADE THIS FOR MY SON AS ONE OF HIS BIRTHDAY GIFTS, AS WELL AS THE FLAT SCREEN TV. THIS PROJECT TOOK ABOUT 2 WEEKS TO COMPLETE. THE LOOK ON MY SONS FACE WAS WELL WORTH ALL THE WORK, THANK YOU AGAIN, HOPE EVERYONE ENJOYS IT

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    Any way to get step by step instructions?

    I know its late but its awesome...try adding a psp slide switch to turn on the TV.

    hello,
    im new to the group guys and gals. but all else this is an OUTSTANDING idea.im very much into virtual gaming and i have a shop this would make a great eye catcher. a gimik if you will ... with your permission ... i would like to make a copy...

    love it :) very good work... btw this aint an instructable, cz it doesnt teach u how to make it, so an actuall instructable would be useful :)

    Hello bkelley4,
    I used thin plywood, Styrofoam for the buttons, Hot Glue Gun & sticks, 4 LED's, black & red wires for the connection, It runs on 2, 9 volt batteries, A on/ off switch, Primer (Gray) & black spray paint. Thank you.

    Hey, I,m currently designing a gaming room, and thought this would be a great addition to it. Just wondering how you made the lights on the side?

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    Hello Bangers1,

    I first drilled the holes, bought 2 green & 2 orange LED's with built in resistors from Radio Shack and ran the wires in the back and connected to the power source & hot glued everything to the back of the project. I hope this helped you with your project.

    Nice project! Not to be a fun-ruiner but you know what's also nice? de-activating caps-lock... Sorry but just had to say it. Nice project though! i wish i had that kind of father..

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    Hello Lyron, Thank you for your compliment & I'll try to remember to take off the cap lock, sorry. Thank you again.

    HELLO, THANK U FOR THE COMPLIMENT AND I WILL BE PUTTING UP MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT.

    Chill out on the cap's dude. It's really hard to read. I just imagine someone shouting at my face. Well done on the instructable though.

    You have one lucky son to have a dad that cares enough to build something like this to make them happy. Nice build.
    What materials did you use?

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    HELLO, THANK U, BUT I'M THE LUCKY ONE. IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, I WILL BE PUTTING UP MORE INFORMATION ON THIS BUILD.