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My top screen on my nintendo ds lite is completely white. but a couple of months ago it started working again. but only for a few days and then it went back to being white. what could the problem be?

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It is reconizing a gameboy function for the other slot probably. Call nintendo if under warranty and get a new one

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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