Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
I'm not sure what happened to my
battery, but I won't charge anymore. I'm currently in Europe using a DS
made in the US. The voltage is different, so I have a transformer to
switch it to the European version. The transformer has two settings: lo
(less than 25W) and hi (anything above 25W). On the DS is says its
input is 4W meaning I need to use the lo setting. I accidently plugged
it into the hi setting and now it won't charge.
I plug the DS in and the light doesn't indicate that it is charging. I thought maybe it was overcharged so I used it until the light turned red telling me its running low on battery. I tried to charge it again, but nothing happened.
Now I have no clue what to do. Any suggestions? I don't really understand how batteries work and am completely clueless on how to fix this.
Ok this costs money but my idea is to maybe buy a new battery or to take it to nintendo.
the cheapest one is battery. they are sold on amazon.co.uk with a screwdriver for about £4 if it is a lite.
good luck and if all fails either get a new one or get a new charger or take it to nintendo.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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