Question about Nintendo DS Console
It can be fixed, find out where you got it from, obviously the screen is damaged you might be able to get a replacement or a repair shop might help you, wouldnt cost too much for a repair either, i would say the repair shop would be the key
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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Leapster L-Max recalibrates differently. I was trying to use the instructions and it kept asking for a blue button. For the Leapster L-Max push B, A, Hint, and Home when you turn it on. Do not have a cartridge in the player or it will think it is a regular Leapster. Once it says calibrate screen it will say to press A, then wait until a target appears in the upper left hand corner, touch it and you should hear a sound, then a new target appears in the lower left hand, repeat actions, then lower right hand screen, and finally the upper right hand screen. If it stops at any time and doesn't get more arrows, try it again or turn it off and see if the pen works. It may take several times to get it working again.
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