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The DS has a WiFI chip built in but its mainly for connecting one DS to another DS. Try Pictochat with another DS user. You can use the WII with your Wifi but you'll need an R4 or Evolution card
which aren't legal to sell in some countries. Once you have one of these you can use different
homebrew apps to access the net
It is probably the connectors connecting the screen to the bottom part where the CPU is. My portable Wii screen does the same thing. If you can live with it, your OK, but you might need a new DS. I recommend a DSi!
Ok, then is either that both chargers you used are faulty, or more likely there is a contact in the power charger socket on your nintendo. check it it is moving or not well in place, eventually you will need to chaeck the contacts of charger socket on board inside the DS, the contact must be near there. Until you do not fix it, connecting the charger may be dangerous for your DS .