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NINTENDO DS LITE CONSOLE COVER REPLACEMENT

HI I HAVE BROKEN MY NDS LITE CONSOLE. IT IS ON THE CORNER WERE THE LIGHT GO ON SO WHEN I OPEN IT THE BOTTOM CORNER I CAN SEE INSIDE THE CONSOLE I NEED TO KNOW WHERE I CAN GET A NEW COVER THE GAME STILL WORKS FINE BUT I THINK IF ANY THING GETS INSIDE THE GAME IT WILL NOT WORK AT ALL. I HAVE TRIED TO GLUE IT BUT IT IS IN A VERY HARD SPOT. PLEASE HELP! NATHAN

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Check your warantee. They usually repair or replace your ds.

Posted on Oct 01, 2007

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You can buy spares for the ds on ebay,or here http://www.model-gadget.com/shop/index.php?cPath=49&osCsid=0069d77a8405f0458c405b27e0b2fc1c You can also buy a passme card there which lets you play erm...backups B)

Posted on Sep 23, 2007

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The other buttons work except fot button A do I need to clean the pads or replace something else


Hello.

Check the pads from inside your NDS (be very careful opening it!) Clean it and look for signs of wear, such as cracks on the pad. If the A button has a crack, then you will need to replace the pad. I experienced that on my NDS down button. Look for videos on youtube on how to open your NDS.

Jul 30, 2011 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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My NDS lite power cannot be turned on and turns off randomly


The problem is that your son dropped it. This damages both the inside and outside of the DS. I would suggest contacting your nearest video game store to see if they can fix it.

Aug 04, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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NDS LITE WILL NOT TURN ON


send it to the nintendo people

Jun 21, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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DS Lite will not power on


blowin F1 or F2 fuse or both inside your nds. can be fixed by runnung a bead of solder the blown fuse so it bridges the fuse (idealy you would replace fuse but its very tricky) first of all if you have a multi meter check the fuses before soldering them. anyway i advise not to use the homebrew card especially on your nds when you bridge the fuses as once the fuses have been bridged there is no saftey shut off to stop more sever damage. oh by the way just youtube F1 and F2 fuse location to find out where they are. oh and use a 15watt solder iron to be on safe side (less chance of overheating any components near fuses when soldering). its not that hard to do really (i did 2 of them with a gas solder iron due to me not having a 15watt iron) also replaced cracked screens. my next job to do is replace a L2 inductor on a friends nds (symptom for this fault is nds charges but will not power up, not even a blink of green light) for anyone who has this symptom its the L2 inductor thats broken away

Mar 28, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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How to fix broken button on NDS lite


it sound as though you have cracked the main board inside or torn the rubber pad underneath the key. does it still work otherwise?

Mar 26, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Bottom screen scrambled on nintendo ds lite


This option is only suitable for out of warranty devices as opening it violates the warranty.

Open the device following this info:
How to dismantle an Original Nintendo DS.

If yours is the NDS Lite, just find this video in youtube:
"Disassembling Nintendo DS Lite"

The bottom screens have 2 wrap wires, one big and visible, that is the screen cable, the other is small and not so obvious and this one is for the touch screen and you dont want to get it broken.

The cable connectors release the cable by lifting ot pulling the brown or black lock and be sure to remember how it was connected so you can know the right position of the cable when connected right not having any problem with loosen cables before you finish.

Good Luck...

Dec 16, 2007 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Conection?


Here is a guide to dismantle an original Nintendo2.gif DS:

How to dismantle a Nintendo DS.

If yours is the NDS Lite, just find this video2.gif in youtube: "Disassembling Nintendo DS2.gif Lite"

And after opening it you can do your work. Make sure the flexible cables connecting the top screen part of your DS are well in place and not broken. Your problem may be only a loosen cable but in case the cable is broken you gonna need a replacement. Be careful not to damage the screen or other sensitive electronic parts on your device and you will be on your way.

Good Luck...

Dec 01, 2007 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Wifi NDS problem


Look for guides like these ones here:

Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Instruction Booklet

Or this one:

Set your Nintendo's Wi-Fi Connection

Try this and let us know. Good Luck...

Nov 29, 2007 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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No connection


If the bottom screen was taken out then there would be a loosen or unplugged conductor, maybe only the touchscreen wire is out, you can open the system and plug it back to the jack. If the wire is broken then you need a new touchscreen (not the whole display, just the touch pad, like $9.99 + s&h).

Here is a guide to dismantle an original Nintendo DS: How to dismantle a Nintendo DS.

If yours is the NDS Lite, just find this video in youtube: "Disassembling Nintendo DS Lite"

Good Luck...

Nov 28, 2007 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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