1. ItsKipz

    OP ItsKipz l33t hax0r
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    Is a repair possible for this? If so, is there anyone I could send it to? It has no warranty, so the big N is out of the question, and i cant find anything on the internet. Have not tried battery replacement yet, but i doubt it's that simple. Can provide more info if needed.
     
  2. my2k2zx2

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    Has it been bumped or dropped? I replaced a broken screen in mine and it took a few tries to get the ribbon cables seated just right for it to turn on. Had me worried I broke it in the process. It's easy enough to take the back off and reseat the connections.
     
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    I'm kinda new to this, how do i "reseat the connections?" I've gotten the thing open, just dont exactly know what I'm looking for.
     
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    So i've been trying that for a bit, and its still not working. I'm wondering if you know any places/ GBATemp members i could send it to for repairs?
     
  6. testerfan

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    contact me through PM if you want to send it in for repair, or you can use my auction on ebay: https://goo.gl/P4uGyC
     
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