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Old 03-22-2011, 02:31 AM   #2
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Which version DS is it? I heard that the DS lite has some problems with the shoulder buttons and they wear out pretty quickly.

As for getting it repaired... since the warranty has expired, there'd be a fee to get it fixed by Nintendo... that or they won't bother at all citing it as being normal wear and tear rather than a defect with the system. Of course, Nintendo has been known to be pretty good with these sorts of things so it's probably worth a try to contact them directly and see what they say.

If all else fails, you're better off getting a second hand DS from somewhere as a replacement if you can find one that's cheap enough.

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