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You can try sorting the problem yourself before you decide to send it in to Nintendo.
Most DS touch screens stop working if there is dust, hair, sand etc gets under the frame of the DS. They stop working because the particles get pushed down on the touch scream making the DS think that screens already been touched and won't respond.
Get a toothbrush with straight bristles and with your thumb gently press down the touch screen along the frame, use the touch brush to clean under the frame but be vary careful not to press down too much as you could cause damage to DS.
If the screen still doesn't work then you'll have to send it in for repair.
first try to calibrate the touch screen.Take all games out turn on then go to the very small ds on the bottom touch screen. If you can't touch it move it with the cross down then hit a. Then select the option all the way to the right it looks like cross hairs that's the calibration screen fallow instructions. If that doesn't fix it it could be a broken screen or a loose ribbon.
Just like yours, my DS's touch screen kicked the bucket last october. I went and traded my broken DS in at gamestop and got another one bc nintendo wouldn't replace it for me. I would recommend the same to you =).
I have 10 brand new touch screens here, I can replace your screen and get you going again. This is a common problem. and it will have to be replaced before it will work again. Thanks, firstname.lastname@example.org
Why doesn;t my Leapster2 respond to the stylus pen?
If your Leapster2 does not respond to the stylus pen, it needs to be calibrated. Calibrating the Leapster2 is easy: 1) Ensure that a cartridge is not inserted2) Hold down the Hint button while turning the unit on3) When the LEAPSTER menu screen appears, press the A button4) Touch each of the crosshairs that appear with the stylus5) Restart unit