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How do I fix my DS's dead pixels?!?!

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I was playing phoenix wright ace attorney and when it went to a black screen, I just realized that my upper screen had around 15-20 dead pixels in it!!! I went to the nintendo web site to see if I was still under warranty, but my warranty just ended... and I don't want to spend 75.00 to get a replacement ds. Is there any cheaper way to repair these?
    
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Needs a new screen dude. Take it apart and see if you can replace it.
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They're $30 and less here, for either screen. I just ordered a replacement on/off switch, so it'll be here before the week is over, I hope.
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I think it would be better if you get a replacement screen.
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is it dead or stuck if its green or red press on it and it will go away.
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does anyone know if the screens from that site will work on a classic DS?
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Originally Posted by GANDALFtheGREY View Post
does anyone know if the screens from that site will work on a classic DS?
They are different.
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