The second generation PlayStation Vita, the PCH-2000 series, is commonly referred to as either the PS Vita Slim or the PS Vita 2000. Announced in Japan fall 2013, and released in North America in May 2014. It is rated as a hand held entertainment device. Supported by :: Wi‑Fi, PlayStation Now, PlayStation Network / Plus, Bluetooth. Model number: PCH-2001.

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Left Analog stick stuck in 'up' direction...?

hey,

im from Australia but i am currently living in Japan.

my ps vita's left analog stick is not working properly. it is stuck in the 'up' direction even if im not touching the device. i have had this vita for just one year and look after it well.

due to this issue i am not long able to use my vita anymore. and it is very frustrating because i really enjoy my vita. what am i able to do to fix this problem? i have tried rebooting the system to the default settings but that did not fix the problem. please let me know asap.

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Having same problem. You need to replace the joystick.. I'm currently doing is now...

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where did you found joystick?

I am in Italy and I cannot find it...

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Me to but mine goes down ward . Where can I find a replacement joystick?

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Hi, i know this is an old question but it seems to be a very persistent problem for the PS Vita community, i had to deal with this for about a year and a half and nothing but replacing the joystick worked for me.

I Love my Vita, but the joystick problems on the slim model are very frustrating, this are the things that i tried for the past year and a half:

- "Recalibrate" the joysticks by moving both clockwise during boot (Useless).

- Blow on the side of the affected joystick (There's a posibility to make the problem worse, moisture from your breath can get on the contacts and cause corrotion).

- Take the vita apart and use a compressed air can or WD40 electronic contact cleaner on the side of the joystick (This seems to work for some people, but for me the problem came back after a few days).

- Replace the joystick (This is the absolute fix for the problem, though it requieres some knowledge or practice on taking apart electronics without damaging them, the slim model is very thightly packed and easy to break).

The replacements can be found on eBay, just look for "ps vita slim joystick replacements", i got mine for just 1 USD from a chinese supplier, they aren't original but that's really not an issue other than aesthetics since they do look very different from the originals.

I hope this can help other people looking for a solution.

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