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Submitted by Nineball2112 1903d ago | news

Recession helps restore demand for repair shops

Lynn Brown says she has broken video game consoles "stacked up to her ears."

But that's a good thing. Brown is owner of PSP Repair Service in Oklahoma City, a business that fixes PlayStation Portable and Xbox video game players.

Economic troubles have brought many new customers to her door, so many that she's considering hiring an employee to help her with the work.

"It's just gone crazy," she said. "I can't keep up." (PSP, Xbox 360)

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