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There is no built-in Web browser for the Nintendo DS Lite. There IS however, a piece of software you can purchase that enables you to surf the Internet on your DS Lite. It is called The Nintendo DS Lite Browser, and it was developed by Opera. You can find this online on sites such as Amazon or eBay, but your chances of finding one in a video game retail store are slim, as I believe the browser's manufacturing was canceled a while back.
If the bottom screen was taken out then there would be a loosen or unplugged conductor, maybe only the touchscreen wire is out, you can open the system and plug it back to the jack. If the wire is broken then you need a new touchscreen (not the whole display, just the touch pad, like $9.99 + s&h).