When I switch on my DS Lite the two screens remain blank. Was told that it is a common problem with DS Lite and that I have a faulty lower main board. Xo yo deal with such a repair and if yes what is the cost of labour and parts
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The problem you are having is the L2 fuse located immediately below the on/off switch when you open up the DS (lower screen).
If you give the DS a very mild rattle you will here it rattling around loose inside the DS (in most cases). A lot of the time this same fuse can be soldered back into place to fix the problem all you need is a soldering iron and a triwing screwdriver (eBay).
If it is this fuse and you cant find it, you should bring it back to Nintendo for repair or your local PC repair shop should be able to help.
This definatley sounds faulty. Try turning it on again without any games inside. If it turns on okay without a game then it may just be that game you had inserted into it, if this is the case then try a different game to determine whether it is the game or not. If the screen still remains blank then take the DS back to the store where you purchased it and they should replace it free for another one.
That sounds like your DS lite have a lose circuit part rolling inside so thats why it cant turn on.
You need to open the console, recover the lose part from the inside and resolder it in its place (usually near the power switch, marked as L2). That should fix the problem, if not then you might have blown fuses, lose screens ribbon cables or broken LCD screens. All of these repairs are discussed in other questions here.
If you see lines on either screen of your Nintendo DS Lite during game
play, then it is likely one or more of the components that create
the image on the screen are damaged. This can occur if there has
been an impact -- such as being dropped or hit -- to the Nintendo
DS Lite's screens. Phone 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available repair options and they will be grateful to assist you at any time of need.Important Note: If you are seeing lines on the
screen that slowly fade away after turning off the system, this