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Ds lite wont charge

My ds wont charge or turn on i am not sure what the prob is so please HELP!!!!!

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My son took his ds lite outside and it rained it worked then wen dryed out it dose not i put the carger in rhe orange light go's on then off plz help my upset son he is only 3yrs old many thanks

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