Question about Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games
If it's the top screen, check out a product called "displex" - its very good at polishing out deep scratches on mobile phone / console screens.
If its the bottom screen then I'm afraid you need to replace this:
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Top LCD's flex cable that passes through right-hand hinge into bottom part of case will be damaged or not properly seated in its connector socket.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: broken nintendo ds lite screen
Contact Nintendo about product warrenty. If it is still under warrenty, I highly suggest you send it to them for them to repair. If the warrenty has expired, you can contact Nintendo to check for replacement parts or to find out their policies on equipment repairs.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
I think you have a defective screen or the adjustment 'screw' for the topscreen on the mainboard is defective.
My opinion is to send it for repair to Nintendo or a DS Lite repair service.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: Blurry screen - Nintendo DS Lite
It sounds like the DS is nearing the end of its life - They are very delicate systems, If it is under warranty I recommend immediately returning it for a new one but as it is most likely.
I have however read the Li-ion battery is generally the hardware that dies first.
Plug it into the wall, does it become clearer?
I am sorry to say there is not alot I can do hardware wise with a DS as they are very precise and delicate to handle hence I have not had the opportunity to open one. Warranty seems your only option if keeping it on the charger does not alleviate the issue.
Hope this was of some help.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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