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Need to replace the power jack

To charge my ds, you need to push the cord down and hold it there somehow. I bought a new power jack and now I need instructions on how to replace it.
I am replaceing the housing shell so I figured to do both while I had it opened up.

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    Beth Deuel Feb 05, 2009

    thank you very much

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I dont know but this is as close as i can find:

http://consolepimps.com/Nintendo_DS/DS_Disassembly.php

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