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Been dropped. no picture on bottom screen. lokks like a bar code. nintendo lite ds

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  • munchkin 17 Aug 09, 2008

    thank you for helping me with my problem. i guess its best to buy a new ds.

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Hmm it looks like you broke the bottom screen visuals, mainly the parts inside your DS, i guess your Ds is broken forever.

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