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Ds top screen not working

Hello alright the top scren on my ds doesn't work any more and it is totally blank help if possible

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Take it apat and see what the problem is. It might be a lose wire or something

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Unfortunately it's not possible really unless you wanna take apart your DS and buy a new screen and solder it in which I wouldn't know how to do any ways and I'm pretty sure it would be more cost effective to just buy a new one or if possible return it for a new one. Also try calling Nintendo they just might repair it but I don't think so.
Sorry and good luck

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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