Question about Nintendo Game Boy Advance Console
4 year old son drops Leapster in water. dad takes unit apart to dry it out and reassembles it. the unit turns on and seems to be operational, exxpect that it no longer is reacting to any stylus prompts...the directional arrows power on / off and the "a" and "b" buttons all work. Is there a way to better determine what is not working and or get the screen replaced?
Did you try to recallibrate it? Hold the "hint" button down while you're turning it on. Then hit "A" when the new screen comes up. You'll touch all four corners and the center with the stylus. See if it works!
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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