Broken L-Trigger. Help Fixing.

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Aug 15, 2011
  1. Zerosuit connor
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    I just broke the Left Trigger of my Ds Lite.
    I was playing a game and dropped it. When i picked it up and didn't see anything wrong until this morning when playing a game.
    I went to press the trigger and noticed it was stuck to the case. I used a screw driver to force it out but now it doesn't click.

    Pictures:

    R-Trigger (Normal)
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    L-Trigger (Stuck)
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    L-Trigger (Stuck (Side View))
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    L-Trigger (When it came out)
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    Any ideas?
     
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    For the last picture "L" trigger out,did you try to put it back in?
     
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    i did try to put it back in it doesn't click
     
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    remove the back of the console, it is secured by a few very tiny screws, you will need to remove the battery to get to the last screw, when the back is removed reposition the trigger, the spring that is suppose to put the bounce in the trigger has moved out of place you simply remove the back reposition and put the back back on and its fixed. there are several tutorials on how to dismantle and put back together ds lites, it is VERY easy to do.
     
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    Thank you very much.
     

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