Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
The different shades of light are caused by multiple lights going off at the same time unfortunately, one of your lights went dead which is why you can't see the green one. You need to contact NINTENDO and see about getting it fixed. It shouldn't be that expensive. If you still have your warrenty, send it back and get a new one. :D
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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