1. ChaosTheorySD

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    Awhile back I bought a DS Lite off eBay that was almost in two pieces. I knew I had to replace the top screen, but the mic cable looked frayed too so I went ahead and replaced that as well (wifi still worked though, interestingly). Just got all the components today and finished up the job. Everything works fantastically now, but I still don't seem to be getting any response from the microphone. Is there anything else I can do to fix that or am I out of luck?
     
  2. Krestent

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    Are you sure it's connected properly?
     
  3. ChaosTheorySD

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    I'm pretty sure. I pressed it in until I felt it click. Although I guess I can open it back up just to double check...

    Edit: Just checked. It's in all the way.

    Edit x2: Out of curiosity, what would happen if I had mixed up the wifi and mic cables? Would the wifi still work? Or is that more like an antennae to boost the range? I tested Pictochat with another DS and the fact that wifi was working leads me to believe that the wires are plugged into their proper places, but could I be wrong?

    Edit x3: *ahem* So... uhhh... I had the wires plugged in backwards... Nothing to see here. Carry on. >_>
     
  4. linkinworm

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    backwards? its a cap connection theres no way you can plug it in backwards, unles you stuck the mic in backwards whicn was pretty stupid
     
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