Question about Nintendo DS Console
Have recently changed botom screen and have lost black fixings on ds
Well, this is quite tricky. You will have to use your imagination to
understand my drawings, and it will be trial and error, but if you
persevere then it will work.
First, you cut a piece of paper the EXACT size of the ribbon, then you fold it up like this:
Sorta, well you leave just a bit flat and the rest should be folded up...
Then you insert that where the cable goes, then you put the cable in on TOP of it. Close up the system and you system should run very, very smoothly.
It is fairly tricky, as I said before. You can post another comment if you still don't understand.
This is only for the TINY ribbons that have the LITTLE BLACK FIXINGS.
I don't know how the Live Chat works, but we could possibly try that if it still doesn't work.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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These cables or ribbon cable and wire connects directly inside the upper LCD monitor. it is not feasible to replace these wires only. I suggest you see about getting a replacement upper LCD screen which will give you the wires you need and a new screen to boot. Another porblem is the case itself is very hard to disassemble. You will come near destroying the case to ge to the lcd. You must disassemble the unit fully and put the correct curl in the ribbon cable to get it to fit right. In short, the price being what it is for a replacement LCD, and the trouble you have to go though to get this problem fixed, It may not be totally worth repairing. If you dont care and wish to do a repair, then my wishes for luck are with you.
Oct 18, 2007 | Nintendo DS Console
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