Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Which ever screen does not flash had a problem, the connection has either come loose or the screen has developed a fault, in which case you will either have to send it away if its under warranty, take it to a local repair shop or replace the screen yourself.
Firstly when you take the ds apart disconnect the relevent screen and then re-attatch it just to be sure if its the connection or not, if a re-connection works then your sorted... if not you will have to replace the screen.
The screens, both top and bottom can be bought from ebay. If its your top screen you will also have to do a bit of soldering as the speakers will need to be removed from the old screen and soldered onto the new one. If its the bottom screen you will need to carefully seperate the touch screen from the lcd screen.
If you need any more help with changing the screens then give me a message and I will do my best to help you out.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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