Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
My a buttons stuck its perfectly up but it ALWAYS works it never stops well i did use action replay but still it never stops working how do i get it to work but not over work
IMPORTANT: it dont seem to be a grave problem but to solve this problem you need to dissasemble the intendo DS lite, so you must get some guidance like youtube videos on how to dissasemble the NDS Lite or other webpages with info on dissasembling the unit.
You need to carefully open the console to clean posible liquids and/or dirt on your buttons rubber pad under the plastic button piece.
Liquids and dirt may get stuck in the circuit board producing a false contact that only have to be when you push the button against the circuit board.
First take out the battery and charger to avoid short circuits. Clean the contacts and rubber pad with a dry paper towel or similar. Also can use a bit of alcohol 95% over the paper to get it humid and clean any grease.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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