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Re: replacing a cracked lcd screen on a GBA sp ags 001
How comfortable are you with opening you GBA? This website below is a site that I found to purchase a new screen. All you need to do now is to figure out how to open and remove the old screen. The rest should be a snap. http://store.videogamecentral.com/gbareplscreen.html
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The lead or plug on your charger may be cracked. I have a SP charger but it has a bit of the plastic cracked off and has to be in a certain position to work properly. Otherwise you will need a new battery.
battery could be dead. change it if you can find another battery. you could try Game Stop. they're selling them for $30. get the GBA SP bright (model # AGS - 101 ;it's located under the system). the screen is nice and bright, better than the first GBA SP. hope this helps ;p please rate solution
The new screens being sold are for the Japanese model that is why they fit a bit differently. Also they are just not as bright. There is nothing you can do really to fix this. As you can see on your old screen there is a black frame around the screen, this helped to keep the light centered into the plastic over the LCD and make it brighter, the Japanese version doesn't have this. The LED used is also not as bright on the replacement screens.
Your better off just trading it in and getting a DS. The only thing I can think of is use something sticky (like honey or corn syrup) and let it set up. That will at least give it some resistance. Sorry couldn't be more helpful.