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There is no sound in my ds lite. all do it makes

There is no sound in my ds i. all do it makes camera sound when i m take piktures. volume levels gos ap& down by swith or tuch screen, but no sound what so ewer?

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Why don't have that checked somewhere or you could always get replaced if its under warranty.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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1) The plastic switch cover is broken, then you may need to buy a new one (usually stores sell the complette shell). Or you can try to find the broken piece and paste it again in place, out of the DS, you wont like to broke also the volume switch.

2) The volume switch (toogle, variable resistor) may have a cracked solder then you may need to resolder the switch to the board. Or if the switch is broken then you would have a problem to find a replacement, but you can also buy a broken NDSL for parts.

If you want to try a DIY repair you can start by finding a 3 winding and some philips and blade small screwdrivers plus maybe a soldering gun or maybe some epoxy glue depending on the damage, but you need to carefully open the NDSL.

You can find many guides to do that in youtube, like the one named: "Disassembling Nintendo DS Lite"

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