How to replace NDS lite TFT LCD (bottom)

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Dec 18, 2007
  1. nottm3
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    Newcomer nottm3 Member

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    I'm trying to replace the LCD screen, i managed to remove the old screen and put in the new screen, plug in the all the cables but when i try to turn it on it wouldn't, like there is no power.. any idea? thank
     
  2. Nero

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    Uhh.. Is there a battery in the DS?

    Or maybe one of the wires connected to the power switch.. Snapped or something.

    ~Nero
     
  3. JPH

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    It is very possible you fucked something up [​IMG]

    You may have not connected those ribbons correctly - does the physical power switch work (like slides up and down normally)?
     
  4. striding

    Newcomer striding Advanced Member

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    Make sure the lcd ribbons are connected securely in place , needle nose plyers are good for this ,fingers arent reccomended
     
  5. fishwilson

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    if there is no power at all it sounds like you've blown a fuse when replacing the screen. Did you isolate the back of the new screen ? if not you might have short-circuted the ds logic board and blown a fuse. There are guides to how you can fix this, just google around a bit.
     

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