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Blank Display My son dropped his DS Lite and now the bottom screen doesn't have a picture. it still turns on & lights up but stays blank. Is there anyw ay to fix it before I go buy another?

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  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    My son also drop down nintendo ds lite and both monitors dont work anymore. Have anyone solution for that?

    Thanks in advance

    Bye Robi

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Theres no way to fix it, ull just have to get a new one

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