So, a while ago, I was running into an issue with the DS Lite I recently purchased where the L button would occasionally constantly act as if it was pressed down, making games impossible to play. It eventually fixed itself, but I read from an anonymous GameFAQs user that he had a similar issue and was able to fix it by putting his shoulder button under a running faucet and leaving it to dry for 24 hours. Thinking I was smart, I tried doing the same thing with rubbing alcohol to see if I could "loosen up" the DS Lite, but now I think I might have damaged the touch screen. Big mistake. Around 30 or so minutes after doing this, I turned it back on, and now I'm seeing splotches on the touch screen everywhere. They look rather similar to this: http://techforums.nintendo.com/thread/16026 ...So, will this eventually fix itself if I continue to let it dry, or did I just destroy a pretty decent DS Lite? I can provide snapshots of the touch screen, but I'm a bit worried about turning it on again.