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You can take apart your control and check the springs in the triggers, however unless you are prepared to manually fix it I would suggest simply buying a new control. they can & do get worn out over time.If you decide to fix it yourself, you'll need a store that sells the parts or have to order them online, disassemble your control replace the parts and re-assemble it. which is quite a task for a controll to be honest. Those are your 2 basic options. Hope it was helpful
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Posted on Apr 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The thing that cross731 said really really helps. If your too scared to open your ds/ds lite, just put your nail under the trigger pull up and just blow into the little hole that you see. It works I just tried it and my left rigger is working just fine.
Posted on May 04, 2008
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