DS Lite Touch Screen out of alignment?

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  1. jpxdude
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    jpxdude GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    May 5, 2006
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    Hi There,

    I was wondering if anyone encountered this problem where the touch screen would go out of alignment? Mine has been like this now for a few months, but has become somewhat of a hindrance for some games (such as Ouendan 2, and now Zelda: PH).

    Can anyone tell me what they've done to remedy the situation? Would this require a complete touch-screen replacement?

    Thanks in advance for any help offered!

    -J
     
  2. ZAFDeltaForce

    ZAFDeltaForce Specialist

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    Sep 9, 2006
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    Do you mean your touch screen is physically out of alignment? Or is it the calibration?

    If its the latter, try recalibrating your touch screen from the DS' main menu. If its the former, theres nothing much we can do. The only possible alternatives as I see it are replacing your touch screen or opening your DS up and repositioning the touch screen manually.
     
  3. Doggy124

    Doggy124 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I had this problem before and recalibrating didn't help me much.
    (I did it for a hour but no good)
     
  4. lenselijer

    lenselijer GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    i got the same problem and ordered a new touchscreen. i hope its easy to install [​IMG]
     
  5. Doggy124

    Doggy124 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Before I found the way to fix this problem, my DS was stolen.
    So i end up with new DSL
     
  6. Saylient_Dreams

    Saylient_Dreams GBAtemp Fan

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    I think its a problem with the DS Lite models, the touch screen wasn't set on the lcd screen properly. I'd send it back in to Nintendo for a fix perhaps. Or you can try to do it yourself with getting a new touchscreen.
     
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