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I have a PSP Phat 1001 (Yes, Custom Firmware) that is acting a bit strange. I've only had it for about 6 months, and I did purchase it used. When I connect it to the AC charger, the power light will blink orange quite rapidly, indicating that it is charging on and off. It did not do this prior to a few days ago. It runs fine and handles anything I throw at it. When I remove the AC charger, the battery dies fairly quick. Probably due to it being overclocked, but not quite sure.
When I remove the AC adapter for a few minutes while playing something, I can re-connect it and the power light will remain solid orange for a while, as though it's catching back up with the charge that it lost. If I leave it sitting on my desk with the AC adapter connected and the system turned off, it just constantly blinks orange every second or so. Sign of a failing battery? I believe the battery may be a new one, as it doesn't look anything like the ones that come with the original PSP 1001s. Ideas?