PSP FLAT SCREEN FACE PLATE

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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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    slimlokz

    3 years ago

    Any way to get step by step instructions?

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    Farid007

    4 years ago

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

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    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...

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    FrozenIce

    7 years ago on Introduction

    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 :)

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    hitman5269bkelley4

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    bangers1

    7 years ago on Introduction

    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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    hitman5269bangers1

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    Lyron

    7 years ago on Introduction

    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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    hitman5269Lyron

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

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

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    hitman5269Flintlock

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

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

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    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.

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    sleepydog

    7 years ago on Introduction

    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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    hitman5269sleepydog

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    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.