Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
My daughter has a pink Nintendo DS Lite and the sound isn't working. If she uses headphones the sound works fine but it will not make any sound without them. I have checked the volume button and it works fine and there is nothing jammed into the headphone port. (This was the advice at Nintendo.com) Im thinking maybe there is a loose wire in the speakers but cant figure out how to take this part of the Nintendo DS off.Does anyone have any ideas about this? I would rather try to repair it myself if possible because Nintendo charges $75.00 for repairs and $85. for a refurbished system.. If anyone could tell me how to remove the covering so that I can get to the speaker area, it would be greatly appreciated... By the way if I tilt the screen backwards I can get sound..Thats why Im thiking its a loose wire or a pinched wire..maybe. Thanks in advance for any help
You might have a wire of some sort out of place as you suggested. I would not try to take of any part of the DS, because if you hit something wrong, or can't get it back together, them you may have to get a new DS. Did your daughter spill something on her DS, or drop it?
If you don't know what happened to the DS, then it may be the companies problem. if your daughter recently got the DS, then you can return it to the store, or send a direct complaint to the company. Even if she got it a long time ago, if it suddenly starts not working at full efficiancy, send it back to nintendo. If you still have the repicet, then send back to the store and tell them what happened.
Hope it helps~
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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