nintendo ds lite right tirgger problem

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May 28, 2009
  1. moshn
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    i had my ds for like hmm let me guess... good o 9 months and my right trigger started to not work... apply a little pressure and it still doesn't work for like a bunch of games...[​IMG] ... may you guys give me some advice ? thinking about getting new triggers at DX but i don't know yet. advice will be nice thanks.
     
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    try blowing on it =)

    seal your lip around the whole trigger make sure you have no spit or saliva and blow

    it worked for me =)
     
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    9 months means it's still under warranty. Contact Nintendo.
     
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    Both my L and R buttons stopped functioning completely. I need new ones.
     
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    the warranty is a year right ? plus i also wonder is. i have the pokemon Nintendo ds ed. will i get the same unit back ? if you don't really have a clue then i'll look for it

    [​IMG]
     
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    Yes it's a year. I'm pretty sure they'll just replace the trigger buttons or something. But when you contact Nintendo for the warranty service, just mention to them that you want the same case back.
     
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    i agree with pharaoh

    open up the ds and try pushing down the buttons that are attached to the mobo. If these respond, just try replacing the buttons , removing dust, realligning the springs, etc
     

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