This sucks

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by papyrus, May 30, 2009.

May 30, 2009

This sucks by papyrus at 7:13 AM (1,017 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. papyrus
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    this sucks, our two DS' were broken. And the Bad side is that I dont know who can repair DS. Were DOomed. [​IMG] any idea how to fix this. It suddenly broke while playing, and it wont turn on anymore, the LED only blinks for a second and wont turn on. Any advice?
     
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    Have you done anything with it?? Dropped it, Wet it, Tampered with it?? Sounds like one of the cables has popped out.. Doesnt sound like something that would just 'happen'.. But then again Im not sure...
     
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    It was dropped a couple of times. I guess dropping it has to do with it.
     
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    How much do you love your DS?! If you love them then at least stop worrying about them. Give them a day rest and it should work again as new.
     
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    What in the hell is that shit?

    This sounds most like a blown fuse to me. Did you use the same flash card in both DSes? Certain cards (clones usually) have a higher risk of blowing fuses in the DS; if you used the same card in both DSes it's highly likely that this is what happened.
     
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    You're from the Philippines right? There are a lot of repair shops in Greenhills. Also, try this site: www.rocksoftonline.com. They do repairs too, and feedback is good from their customers.
     

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