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You can try sorting the problem yourself before you decide to send it in to Nintendo.
Most DS touch screens stop working if there is dust, hair, sand etc gets under the frame of the DS. They stop working because the particles get pushed down on the touch scream making the DS think that screens already been touched and won't respond.
Get a toothbrush with straight bristles and with your thumb gently press down the touch screen along the frame, use the touch brush to clean under the frame but be vary careful not to press down too much as you could cause damage to DS.
If the screen still doesn't work then you'll have to send it in for repair.
buy a new top ds lscreen, good and cheap place is www.dealextreme.com with free delivery. its tricky job though so better if someone who has knowledge does the job, otherwise there are reliable ppl online that qoute good prices 4 fitting new screens.
Turn the ds on without a game in it and go to the settings icon (looks
like a tiny ds) on the bottom middle of the screen then go to the far
right yellow icon and it will re-calibrate the touch screen and let you
know if calibration was a success.
you should just replace it the screen is about75-85 $ and if you do happen to do that you would have to send it in you might as well goto gamestop eb games or game crazy and pick a used one up for about the same amount of cash