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TOUCH SCREEN BROKE OFF OF CIRCUIT BOARD , tried to plug back in and the black clip came off board now there is nothing to hold it on with

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Well, the previous solution and buying a new DS are the best way, or, you could try sodering it.

Posted on May 13, 2010

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Well the only way i think you could do is send it to Nintendo and ask them to fix it.

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