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White line on touch screen

When I turn on my DS A white line appears through the touch screen????

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A white line cannot be the Touchscreen. It must be the LCD screen under it. Could be a defective screen.

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Turn the DS on without a DS card inserted (or with auto mode turned off).
Then touch the DS icon in the bottom middle of the screen.
Press the far right yellow icon, with a crosshair in it.
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Touch the small red squares on the screen as they appear.

Press confirm, exit menu.

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Yes, the Bottom LCD is dead. You will have to exchange it.

Below I have two links you should follow through. One to purchase a bottom LCD for a very cheap price and the other will show you how to replace the bottom LCD.


REMEMBER.. To place a plastic pad under the bottom lcd so it doesn't ground out the board. Forgetting to do this could potentially blow a fuse and you will have to replace those!!


1.) http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000RWXCE2?tag=wit08-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B000RWXCE2&adid=0JJ799NSS5VV0XTY8DYK&

2.) http://www.instructables.com/id/S3ZZJPKFA0CVIFO/

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