Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
I would say you to send it to repair but that cost money and you have nothing to loose actually so first option is to try it yourself. You need a straight long tweezers like the second from top in the picture.
And a flashlight to iluminate the internal slot1 where the pins are. Then check which ones are bent and try to repair them carefully with the tweezer being more careful not to broke any.
In case you find any broken pin then you have to send it to repair at nintendo or to another videogame repair shop as it need desolder the whole broken slot1 and replace it with a good one no matter if new or used as long as it is good.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
Hello there Anita if you could send me a picture of the bent pins or post a picture of the bent pins here so I know exactually which ones you are reffering to it would be greatful and very helpful.
There is always away to fix things....its only man made in the first place.
anyways any more info would be great I will do my best to give you a hand.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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