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PSP Hori Protective Filter / Screen Protector  (PSP)

Release Date: 04/29/2005

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PSP Hori Protective Filter / Screen Protector
PSP
  • Publisher: HORI
  • Genre: Accessory
  • Platform: PSP

List Price: $6.95

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SPECIAL NOTES

Compatible with all large PSP models (1000, 2000 & 3000). Not Compatible with the PSPgo.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The PSP Hori Protective Filter / screen protector lessens glare and adds a clearer view of the PSP's screen. It is also provides an extra layer to prevent scratches.

Instructions on applying PSP Hori Screen Protector filter:
Please read this online "How To Guide" carefully since there are 2 different Hori screen filter packages released.

Instruction #1:
The screen filter is sandwiched between a sheet with a rounded tab and a sheet with a red tab. (The following instructions are for Hori PSP Protective Filters / Screen Protectors that shipped out after 06/01/05.)

    1. Wipe the screen first: Please wipe the screen carefully and thoroughly to get all dust and other particles before applying the filter.

    2. Remove the first protective sheet: Remove the sheet with the rounded tab. When removing the sheet with the rounded tab, make sure that the filter itself does not also come off. If the filter does come off, just remove the filter from the sheet with the rounded tab and apply the filter to the screen.

    3. Apply filter onto the Sony PSP LCD panel: Line up the filter to the LCD screen and gently apply starting from one side of the screen and carefully applying it all the way across.

    4. Securely attach the filter to the screen: Gently run your fingers over the filter starting from the middle, to remove all air bubbles and to securely attach the filter to the LCD display. Make sure the side with the blue tab is facing you.

    5. Remove the final protective sheet from the filter: When removing the protective sheet with the red tab, push down on the middle of the screen gently with one finger while using your other hand to remove the protective screen by pulling on the red tab.
    *When removing the final protective sheet, be careful that the actual filter does not peel off.

    To make sure you applied the correct piece:

    • Make sure the filter was sandwiched between the 2 protective sheets.
    • The side of the filter you applied to the system should be sticky like the back of tape.
    • The filter should not have any tabs on it once applied to the system. (The other sheets have either a red or a round tab on them.)

Instruction #2:
The PSP Hori Protective Filter / Screen protector is sandwiched between a sheet with a red tab and a sheet with a blue tab. (PSP Hori Protective Filter/ Screen Protectors shipped before 06/01/2005.)

    1. Wipe the screen first: Please wipe the screen carefully and thoroughly to get off all dust and other particles before applying the filter.

    2. Remove first protective sheet: Remove the sheet with the red tab. Make sure that you do not touch the side which contained the red tabbed film, this is the side that will be applied to the PSP. The back side of the filter which had the red tab on it should be sticky

    When removing the red tabbed sheet, make sure the filter (the thick peice of plastic) does not peel off with the red tabbed sheet

    3. Apply filter onto the Sony PSP LCD panel: Make sure the side with the blue tab is facing you. Line up the filter to the LCD screen and gently apply starting from one side of the screen and carefully applying it all the way across.

    4. Securely attach the filter to the screen: Gently run your fingers over the filter starting from the middle, to remove all air bubbles and to securely attach the filter to the LCD display. Make sure the side with the blue tab is facing you.

    5. Remove the final protective sheet from the filter: When removing the protective sheet with the blue tab, push down on the middle of the screen gently with one finger while using your other hand to remove the protective screen by pulling on the blue tab.

    *When removing the final protective sheet, be careful that the actual filter does not peel off.

To make sure you applied the correct piece:

  • Make sure the filter was sandwiched between the 2 protective sheets
  • The side of the filter you applied to the system should be sticky like the back of tape.
  • The filter should not have any tabs on it once applied to the system. (The other sheets have either a red or a blue tab on them.)