US black ds lite non clicky R button?

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  1. fatman711
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    I got a black US ds lite and my Right shoulder is not clicky. Anyone else have this problem? Are all of them like this?
     
  2. XmemphistoX

    XmemphistoX Advanced Member

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    Mine clicks but its quieter than the left button. It's harder to feel it.
     
  3. fatman711
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    mine goes down like half way without doing anything then if I press it all the way down, then the button responds...annoying.

    I just don't want to go exchange it and find the same problem. Any perfect DSs out there?

    I thought they fixed this problem with the white ds lites?
     
  4. Tanas

    Tanas GBAtemp Addict

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    Probably just a rumour... [​IMG]
     
  5. Topsy

    Topsy GBAtemp Regular

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    I went through 3 black DSLs till I got a perfect one... One had the bad right button too. A white DSL I exchanged, also had a bad right button.

    There are perfect ones you just gotta keep exchanging em. Between my black and white DSLs I must have done 7 or 8 exchanges till I got one that was perfect of each.
     
  6. fatman711
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    How can I check my looking at the serial number, to find the newer batches of black ds lites?

    THanks
     
  7. neojei

    neojei GBAtemp Regular

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    The problem is probably because the wifi and mic wires run right under the right shoulder button. It's a pain in the butt to reposition those wires.
     
  8. slvrdrgn123

    slvrdrgn123 GBAtemp Regular

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    Same thing happen to my Onyx DSL, kinda annoying but I've gotten used to it since it responds just fine for me. I still would like to hear the clicky sound though, just to know it's working correctly.
     
  9. vankrelian

    vankrelian Newbie

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    Well I bought one dsl black for me this weekend and it seems to be perfect, no dead or stuck pixels, no cracked hinge, no yellowish screen, not even a button problem, the only thing that is strange is that when i turn off the screen, there seems to be some pixels still lit... but that's no big deal, when I turn on the ds again they r all gone! [​IMG]
     
  10. fatman711
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    The thing about the wires running down the R button. Some ppl say that is why the R button is looser feeling that the Left, but I exchanged my DS lite for another one and now, it is the opposite! The L button is much looser than the R...so i'm just confused now.
     
  11. g.crow

    g.crow beide mittelfinger hoch

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    you can exchange it as often as you want, there will always be a problem with the ds lite.
    either its the l/r buttons, its the d-pad diagonals not working as they should, its dead/stuck pixels, its a yellowish (touch-)screen, a shifting touchscreen or whatever.
    unfort. you have to live with it.

    mars
     
  12. DrTek

    DrTek GBAtemp Regular

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    try your shoulder buttons when the lid is closed and when it's opened -
    they will feel different.

    my l button is less clicky than my r button but when I push the opened lid a bit to the right my l button works nearly perfect.

    try to shift your lids a bit away from the less-clicky shoulder button and it might work [​IMG]

    btw ALL (for all the haters: ok 90%) German DS lites have yellowish touch screens [​IMG]
     
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