Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
This is usually caused by an internal component becoming loose. It is usually either the wifi board of the L2 component.
Firstly I must say that if your DS lite is under warranty that you should send it off for repair, secondly if you are unwilling to do "DIY" on it that you find a reputable repair service (there are plenty of good ones on ebay).
If you wish to have a go at repairing it yourself then you willneed a few tools, check out my profile page (click on my name) and see the "DS lite dismantle process" guide.
Try disconnecting the wi-fi board and then placing it back on the motherboard and if that doesnt work try resoldering the L2 component. (you may find that the DS lite rattles when shaken and if this is the case then chances are the L2 component has come away from the motherboard)
Please get back to me if you need any further help or advice.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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