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The "A" button

The A button on my ds is loose. If i turn the ds upside down, it returns to to the normal position. if it is right side up, it is very sensitive and the ds thinks i am pushing the A button. Please Help

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  • Murad2369 May 09, 2008

    Its a Nintendo DS Lite

  • jjstrashbox Dec 30, 2008

    It appears like the return spring for the A button is worn out or broken. the button remains pushed in and no longer works.

  • Bob Kochis May 11, 2010

    Did you disassemble your DS recently? Also, is this a DS or DS Lite?

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DS Lite, and never disassembled

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My son took game out of console without powering off now screen is frozen and I cannot even power off have tried other games screen stays the same


Hi.

You will need to remove the battery to get the DS Lite to turn off.

Get yourself a Philips screwdriver and a small flat headed screwdriver, then close the lid on the DS. Next turn the DS upside down with card slot facing towards you.
On the right hand side of the DS you will see a Philips screw head near the bottom, unscrew that screw and remove the battery cover. This will expose the battery itself. Use the flat headed screwdriver to gently pry the battery out from the right hand side.
Once the battery is out the DS will shut down. Reinsert the battey again and screw the cover back on.
Switch the DS on and it should work properly again. If it freezes again just repeat these steps.



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If your Wii console is laying flat, it may be positioned upside down. Ensure that is positioned right-side up: the game disc slot should be above all three buttons and the SD Card slot.
Ensure that you are properly loading a Game Disc.

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  • If your Wii console is laying flat, it may be positioned upside down. Ensure that is positioned right-side up: the game disc slot should be above all three buttons and the SD Card slot.

  • Ensure that you are properly loading a Game Disc.
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Hello :


1:This message can display if you eject a disc during game play. If this is
when the message displayed, make sure that you return to the Wii Menu before changing discs if you wish to play a different game.
2:If your Wii console is laying flat, it may be positioned upside down. Ensure that is positioned right-side up: the game disc slot should be above all three buttons and the SD Card slot.
3:Ensure that you are properly loading a Game Disc.
4: your console is placed vertically, the disc label will face to the right.
5: If your console is placed horizontally, the disc label will face upwards
6:If you know you are inserting the Game Disc correctly, but are still have the same problem with only one game (or if you only have one game), try cleaning the Game Disc .


Good luck .

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We turn the console on and start playing....but after 5 or 10 min the console showes a black screen with this message on: this disk cannot be read please reffer to your operations manual.


Hello :

1:This message can display if you eject a disc during game play. If this is when the message displayed, make sure that you return to the Wii Menu before changing discs if you wish to play a different game.
2:If your Wii console is laying flat, it may be positioned upside down. Ensure that is positioned right-side up: the game disc slot should be above all three buttons and the SD Card slot.
3:Ensure that you are properly loading a Game Disc.
4:If your console is placed vertically, the disc label will face to the right.
5:If your console is placed horizontally, the disc label will face upwards

Contact if that didn't help please !

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