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Top LCD is black/ unresponsive after shell swap.The bottom screen of the unit works perfectly, but the top screen is black and doesn't show a picture. It still kinda...
Unit emits a loud crackling noise but speakers don't work.A really freaky crackling noise comes out of my game boy when it loads games, and the speakers haven't worked for years!...
I'm having issues with the unit reading games. (Details inside)I recently bought a non-working unit from ebay for cheap. I saw that the battery terminals were corroded and that they...
Antwort auf „How do you fix a broken right hinge on Nintendo DS light?”Hi Elizabeth, I have repaired DS and DS Lite systems with similar issues. To repair the hinge, you must either replace the small, ball-shaped joint and its pin of the shell or do a complete shell swap If you are new to the repairing scene, I would approach this repair with caution as it would be challenging to repair without much experience. However, with patience and a close adherence to the guide included below, you should be fine. To begin, I would recommend doing a full shell swap on the console. The work required on the system for either method I listed above is nearly the same. In addition, I doubt that you would find a listing for just the center piece. To replace the shell, you should follow this guide. I hope my answer helped. Happy fixing!
Antwort auf „Why won't my game save?”Hi Jasmine, The issue is not with the console, but with the game itself. Certain gameboy games, especially gameboy color games, contain save files that are reliant on a soldered-in battery within the cartridge. This means that if the battery inside the cartridge dies, the board will lose its ability to retain and overwrite a save file. Don't worry, though! This is a very common issue with these games as they are 10-30 years old, and their battery life is estimated at 5-9 years in most cases. Dead save batteries are especially prominent in games like Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver, due to the internal clock function these games possess. The internal clock tends to drain the battery over time. But other games are just as prone to losing their ability to save over time. There is an easy remedy to this, though. Simply replace the battery in the cartridge, and you will be able to enjoy your games again! To do this, however, you must have a soldering iron and a 3.8mm security bit (tool used to open the...