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Ouch! Now you need to decide whether to buy new vita or pay 100+ usd for Sony to fix it. When i read stuff like this happening i want to hit my head to the wall for not remember to ask accidental coverage from gamestop.
'Accident Coverage' the feet of your chair by wrapping it in some foam, couldn't hurt. But given those two choices I'd suggest buying a used Vita, you can find a used one for about 150 and recoup a lot of that by selling the broken one for parts.