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Calibration problems unable to calibrate my ds - have spend hours trying to do it and still won't work hi my nintendo ds does not work . it is way off line . i cant fix it canyou help me?

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  • vamsi32 Dec 24, 2008

    My DS was workin fine until my brother wanted to clean it so he put a wet napkin on the touch screen and now it doesnt work

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I can fix this it sounds like it needs a new touch screen i fix consoles so email me at onkenfree@live.co.uk

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