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ndslite with a green light but both screens are black . What would cause this?

I have  tried screens and no difference.  Any help would be appreciated

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NDSL shuts off immediately when turned on. What's wrong?

NDSL power switch is slid to the on position the green power led lights up when the screens flash I assume it is a POST test the NDSL automatically shuts down. Any comments will be welcomed?

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where can i buy nds case?

A store with costumer service to repair it.

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How do you replace the P6 connector on a DS Lite?

While changing the case of my Nintendo DS Lite, I broke the P6 touch screen connector. (I'm not entirely certain how it occurred in the first place, I never even touched the touch screen at all, it just suddenly fell off for no reason whatsoever.) I already have a replacement P6 connector and a soldering iron (as well as all the other necessary tools), and have already unsuccessfully attempted the operation, but I can't for the life or death of me figure out how to get the original one off of the mobo, does anyone have any detailed instructions?

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Nintendo DSi backups?

If I get a Nintendo DSi that was made for Americans (NTSC) would I be able to play PAL backups on my R4i?

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just a thought... (ds projector)

Just a thought i had when i saw all of these led projectors on here. and then i saw a ds sitting on the table then i though, what if there was a such a thing as a ndsl projector?! how i believe it would be contructed, at  least the case anyways, would be to detach the top screen from the bottom. then to use the screen as you would any other in a diy projector, keeping in mind that it has to stay connected to the ds. then build half a ds arcade stand for the ds, and build the rest of the projector. would this be plausible? or would it be impossible?

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My Nintendo DSL upper screen is very dim/very dark compared to the bottom, so I replaced it. However, it is still dim.

So I dropped my NDSL about a month ago and it would not power on. I took it apart and figured the L2 fell out of place. So, I soldered it back on and everything seemed OK, except that my upper screen is now totally darker (perhaps one-half or less than one-half as bright) and very difficult to see. It's almost impossible to play games like Final Fantasy IV or really any game that mainly depends on the upper screen. So I figured that I should get that part replaced, which I did several weeks later. Now I think I did the replacement right, as my DS powers on (both top and bottom screens) and the sound works fine, but the darker upper screen issue persists! Oh, and furthermore, after I replaced the upper screen, there seems to be a row of lights trying to come through at the bottom of the new screen... they look like four brighter, more "normal" (as opposed to dim like the rest of my top screen) spots of light that weren't there before. Now, I'm guessing my screen is fine, and the problem might be something else... Anyone have any ideas? Please help :)

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