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Clicking D-Pad I let my brother borrow my DS Lite, and since I got it back it's been making an unusually loud clicking noise whenever I press left on the D-Pad. Is there anything I can do to fix it?

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If you can take it apart and clean it. something may have gotten stuck in the d pad. the worst thing is that you will have to send it in to fix it.

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