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Please help i have pulled my ds lite apart and now i do not know how to put it back

I had a broken power swith so got a new casing and switch set hence pulled my ds apart now i have heaps of pieces and no instructions on how to put it together again

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Sure I could have told you all the steps on how to put the ds back together again but that would just take a while to do so the best way is to watch a youtube vid and see how its taken apart and then just do it in the reverse order from where you are.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner Aug 06, 2008

    ps. its alway better in another language

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    Wesley Gardner Aug 06, 2008

    ok there is a translated video here



    enjoy!

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