Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
I am not entirely sure what you mean, but each of the plastic buttons you tap on are connected to a metal pin and a spring to keep it in position for you to press it down. When pressed, it clicks a little button on the motherboard. If you meant how are the assembled, there are plenty of guides on the internet that can show you better than I can explain, but I will give it a shot. There should be a little metal pin that fits into a raised hole on each side of the console. I generally place the pins in first. Then take the button and place the spring in between the plastic pieces, aligned so that the holes all line up, then place them onto the pin. the next part is mildly tricky, you have to take the wire end of the spring and lock it in a slot right below the pin. This may take a few tries to get it to stay. Make sure you have the correct spring for each side. The spring should have the lower wire portion on the side that will lock into the slot so that it will stay in far easier. If it pops back out easily, check to make sure you didn't just mix up the springs. I would definitely advise looking up a guide with pictures to make sure you know what you are trying to do. If that didn't answer your question, I am not sure what will. So I hope it helps.
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