DSi Touch Screen waaay off

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  1. {BoD}TehMinja
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    Hey everybody. Just joined yesterday.

    I have a problem with my DSi's Touchscreen. It wont stay calibrated. I first noticed it yesterday playing Mini Marios Minis March Again! I was tryin to grab some of those pink blocks, when the Stylus just wouldnt react to where i was tapping. So i calibrated and the problem went away. Couple hours later it came back. Calibrated it again, it was fine until about 20-30 minutes ago. I was on the web browser and i was trying to go to my COD4 clan's homepage to show a friend when the TS started being stupid again. I had to hit the letter beside the one i wanted to get it to work right. IE: If i wanted to hit G id have to tap the h beside it to hit G. [​IMG]

    Can someone explain whats going on???
     
  2. Rayder

    Rayder Mostly lurking lately....

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    It sounds like you may have some debris around the edge of the touchscreen under the frame surrounding it. Use a toothbrush to try and remove it.

    Also, are you using a screen protector? Sometimes it's as simple as repositioning the protector....or just removing it.
     
  3. {BoD}TehMinja
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    No screen protector. Not yet at any rate. And i did that thing with the toothbrush...no help. [​IMG]
     
  4. {BoD}TehMinja
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    No screen protector. Not yet at any rate. And i did that thing with the toothbrush...no help. [​IMG]
     
  5. edracon

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    Call Nintendo... 1-800-255-3700 it's toll free. Also, if your within warranty (which you are), they can repair it for free.