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Nintendo Game Boy Advance Console Repair Service

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At The Time The Display Screen Resolution of 240 x 160 was quite advanced for a portable game console

The Game Boy Advance Release Date February 2003 in Japan 32-bit hand held video gaming console under $100 The Display Screen size on this console was 2.9 inch or just under 74 mm Using Colour Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

A RISC-CPU clocked at 16.78 MHz game loading via a cartridge with a battery life of 10 Hours was a very popular hit for Nintendo Also available was limited edition colour cases that made the Handheld unit stand out.

Originally Nintendo designed the Game Boy SP (Special) unit to be 3D compatible but display screen resolution was far too low, Nintendo scrapped the Game Boy 3D Screen Design for the Final Released Console using the 240x160 pixel standard LCD Colour screen

Fully backward compatible with original Game Boy and Game Boy Color console
For this Item we have a limited supply the popular Display Screen these are very common repair parts

The Main Upper Game Boy Display Screen is available and in stock for fast replacement Same Day Service In-store in Melbourne Victoria Just Book a Day and time for the Repair to be done
If your having problems with your unit just give us a call to check on repair availability

The Most common repair faults we see with Game Boy console is damage to the Upper display screen console.
Usually the consoles get dropped cracking the Liquid Crystal Display Screen
Usually For this type of repair Service the cost is $69.00

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