Step 1Restart your Nintendo DS Lite. Sometimes a quick restart will fix your microphone problem.
Step 2Check whether your microphone volume is up. Access this feature through your DS Lite’s menu. If the microphone’s volume is down, it will not receive any sound.
Step 3Make sure the volume on your Nintendo DS Lite is up. If your speakers are off, you won't hear whether your microphone works.
Step 4If these steps do not correct the problem, take your Nintendo DS Lite to an authorized repair technician.
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like when i try to record it lets me but my interface doesnt work an my microphone when i talk to my microphone it doesnt work a bit but when im close to my computer then you can talk but computer is bad quality my microphone is better tho so try to help me on this .........
Are you saying the blower motor isnt working? Does the heat blow? If it doesnt replace the blower motor. If car isnt making cold air you can charge it yourself or go to auto zone the should do it for you. Check ac belt.
Hi - we had the same problem on ours - caused by overenthusiastic blowing (with spit!!!!) microphone shorts out. If shorted at mic it is easily fixable - do as we have done and buy a Game earpiece and mic combined for about a fiver. If it has shorted at motherboard, you need a new one.... sorry...
I fixed the MIC on my DS LITE very easily, after first replacing the MIC with a new one and finding that it still did not work (not an easy thing to replace either)! The internal MIC signal is routed to a contact at the front edge of the DS, which allows the internal MIC to be disconnected when an external MIC is connected. If this contact (which is normally held closed by the springy nature of the contact) gets dirty, then it effectively goes open circuit, disconnecting the internal MIC signal. You can use a cotton bud and a little WD-40 (contact cleaner) to clean the contact (clean the two pins next to the 3.5mm jack connector) to restore the electrical contact. Takes 5 minutes and is a LOT easier and cheaper than replacing the MIC or paying someone to repair it!