Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Chances are the screens ribbon connectior has become loose or the screen has develouped a fault.
If its under warranty then send it in, otherwise you can take it to a local repair shop or do a bit of DIY.
Take the DS lite apart (a tri wing screwdriver is needed and can be found cheap on ebay), disconnect the top screen by lifiting the motherboards connector flap (located near the hindge) and then re-insert it, try switching it on again and see if thats sorted it. If not then you will need to replace the screen.
A new screen can be brought on ebay for a reasonable price, there will be a little soldering required as the speakers will need to be de-soldered from the old screen and re-soldered onto the new one (please take note of which wire goes where).
Remove the screws from the lid of the DS lite (4x screws hidden under little coloured squares above and below both speaker outlets) slide the top/outer part away from the hindges, it will move about 5mm and then you can lift it off... Gently pull the ribbon through the hindge so that it is free from the bottom part of the DS lite, pry the screen away from the shell (a small amount of force may be required to remove it) remove the front plastic part of the screen (with the respective DS lite coloured frame, de-solder the speakers, re-attatch them to the new screen, place the new screen into the housing along with the speakers and put back the wifi and mic to their original position if they got moved, you will notice a slot in the hindge where the ribbon goes in, this is for the ribbon to easily slide back into the bottom part of the DS lite... pop the ribbon through and then re-attatch it to the motherboard with the connector, pressing down the connectors flap.
Screw the DS lite back together and hope fully this has resolved the issue.
If you find that your DS lite now doesn't want to stay powered on please refer to my other tips and tricks I have issued on here.
I hope this helps and have to say that I accept no responsability for any damage that may occur to your DS lite when following these tips.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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