Question about Nintendo DS Console
Well, looking at the diagnosis there are two possible problems. Youcould have both, or just one. Here they are and the solution.
1. Blown F2 fuse. The F1 and 2 fuses get blown most often. Between the two, it is the F2 if the system charges. Here is a websitethat will teach you how to solder it back together. This site has oldand new DS systems on it. Before you solder make sure to check that itis broken with a multimeter.
2.Misconnected Ribbons. The easier, and more common problem is that acable isn't in all the way, or it is crooked. You should just check allyour ribbons, and double check them. Take them out, put them in again,make sure all the fixings (little black things that hold the littleribbons) are in, and the snaps are snapped. If you have lost a fixing,just post and say that and I will tell you how to MAKE a new one.
If the system was working fine before with the corrosion, I don't believe it would affect it after.
This works for me, so good luck. Remember to post if you have any more questions.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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