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Touch screen wont work with pen just controls

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  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2008

    my little brother wet the touch screen and the touch has water inside and the touch screen wont work.

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Need to replace the touch screen (not the bottom lcd)

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

  • ED STOKES Aug 30, 2008

    need to replace the touch screen (not the bottom lcd) is the only solution why is this rated as thanks for trying, this is ******** rating

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My ds wont work when i take the pen and click on a gane


In some cases you can damage the screen with the pen clicking to hard also the pen is easy to break with muscle bones. You can try to buy a new one or you can use a light material such as a cotton swab. Replacing a pen with a new pen might be hard but use a light material or a fine material but nothing very sharp or sharp. Gentle just touch the screen.

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If your stylus pen is not working on the touch screen there could be a couple of reasons. The screen could be heavily scratched , you could have a screen protector that is making it not function properly or your touch screen may have failed. I replace touch screens for $20.00. If you are a do it your selfer you could buy the touch screen off of eBay and you could find how to replace it on the internet. You would need a tri-wing screwdriver,a good set of eyes and patience. Hope this helps.

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When my daughter touches any object with the pen nothing happens. It will keep telling you to touch a picture on the screen with your pen.


You need to recalibrate. Try pushing B, A, Hint, and Home when you turn it on. Do not have a cartridge in the player or it will think it is a regular Leapster. Once it says calibrate screen it will say to press A, then wait until a target appears in the upper left hand corner, touch it and you should hear a sound, then a new target appears in the lower left hand, repeat actions, then lower right hand screen, and finally the upper right hand screen. If it stops at any time and doesn't get more arrows, try it again or turn it off and see if the pen works. It may take a few tries to get it to recalibrate correctly.

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When you turn on dsi the touch screen doesn't work and once you get to the menu section the only thing that works is the camera buttons. What do you do?


This is what I told one personwho had a similar problem.

One time when my dinosoar of a ds was not a dino, I left it plugged in to the wall for a few days. When I went to unplug it and play a game that required the touch screen, it seemed to not know i was touching it. That night I went and bought mario bros. partners in time and played that game (which used buttons and not the screen) until my ds died and I recharged it only for a day and the touch screen worked again.

Another time I went to someones house with 2 little kids and let them play my game. They lost my pen ( and it was a hassel finding a pen small enough to fit in the slot) and started using their fingers. We ate some super buttery popcorn and kept touching the screen with our fingers. The next day the touch screen did not work and my step dad had to use windex 3 times daily for 2 days before it would work.

Make sure you try what I tried a few times. Pretty much any problem you have with the touch screen not responding can be fixed by letting your batteries run out of juice and recharging in a maximum time of 1 day. If this fails you, make sure you are using the bottom screen. You dont know how many people I have met that kept replacing their ds and ended up finding out they were using the wrong screen. Finally, replace the screen, and buttons or just replce the ds or dsi.

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use the regular control panel and go to the calibration thing then calibrate ur screen!

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double check that both cable/ribbons are connected properly to the motherboard, the small thin ribbon which curls over the top of the motherboard is the one which powers and reads the touch screen so double check this!!
if this is all in fine then im sorry to say your touch screen is broken and will need replacing!

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My nintendo ds lite the touch screen does not work


if your touch screen is non responsive I can replace it. I have new touchscreens in stock for $24.
ninja_freak318@hotmail.com

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Had the same problem and no target. Wait after it says touch the center of the target for at least 5 minutes maybe longer and suddenly it will beep and appear. After touching each of the 5 targets as they move from corner to corner and then center the stylus and touch screen once again worked.

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I have many touch screens in stock and will replace for $30 each
return shipping on same day.
ninja_freak318@hotmail.com

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