Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
I dropped my Nintendo DS and now the L button won't work. Two retailers have told me that it will cost too much to repair so don't bother. I want to find out how much it will cost. Do I have to send it to Australia or is there a place in NZ that will look at it and provide a quote? Also, do I have to send it through a retailer or can I just send it direct? Thanks for helping.
It depends on what exactly broke. Is it just the exterior button or the actual button that is soldered onto the motherboard? The exterior button is cheap to replace. The interior button isn't all that expensive but to get someone to repair it might cost you a bit. It's actually all really simple to do. I repair Nintendo handhelds all the time and resell them. I'm in the US or I would offer to help ya.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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