Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
The top screen of my DS Lite has inverted colors (Everything shows up in negative). It happened after the DS got wet because of a leaky water bottle (probably why), so how do I get it dry quickly? And is there any way to fix this? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Heat the DS in an oven. REMOVE BATTERY as it may become heat damaged. The DS lite's max rated temperature is 50 degrees celcius or 122 degrees fahrenheit. So set the oven to 120-125. As oven thermostats are not known for accuracy put a reliable temperature sensor in with it. Something like a turkey temperature probe, just in case your oven is way off. Do not do this with a hairdryer as localised hot spots may reach a higher temperatures. Leave it in there for a while, its up to you, maybe 2 hours would be considered a good suggestion. If your feeling adventurous you could take it apart and put it in the oven in bits. It would obviously dry out much quicker. Providing the cicuits haven't corroded that should do the trick. Next step would be to disassemble the DS (tutorial video at http://www.maxconsole.net/?mode=news&newsid=11484) and clean the motherboard with alcohol and a cotton bud.
note: you need a tri-wing screwdriver to disassemble the DS. you can get them on Ebay for a few quid.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: how to open ds lite
There are two cross head screws under the rubber feet at the slot1 side, there are two tri-wing screws on the left (stylus side) and inside the battery cover (under the battery) there is a cross head screw at the top and a tri-wing screw at the bottom (in the corner).
The screen is held together by 4 screws under the ruber pads and then the outer case slides up about 5mm and then pulls clear.
Take great care when putting it all back together to line up the volume and power switches and plastics as the power switch breaks quite easily.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
SOURCE: Nintendo DS not reading games
Looks like a defective Slot1. DS Games are using different pin-connectors in Slot1. There is a possibility that one of more connector-pins for using DS games are not making contact
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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