My mother sent my DS through the washing machine and now it wont work.... i know there is little chance of it being fixed and the warranty went up a day before it happened but i was hoping it can be helped... anything i can try?
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yes it is fixable sounds like your fault is with the top screen are the hinges ok has it been dropped.
most green light and screen flashes point to a defective screen or connection on the mother board or sometimes fuses. id start with checking the motherboard connection if its ok check the fuses if all is ok buy a new top screen and replace it.
Take the battery out right away and let it air dry in a window or under a light. dont use a fan or hair dryer. let it sit for about 2 maybe 3 weeks and put the battery back in it and it may work. you dont want the battery in it while there could be some kind of water in there still becuase it could cause a short on the mother board.
how long have you had the console for? if you havnt had it long (less than 12 months) you can get a free replacement or free repair where you got it from, one or two of the teeth where you insert your game might be damaged, see if you can get it sent back, if not local gaming repair shop, works out cheaper to get it fixed than buy a new one, for repairs usually £30-£35 new DS £99 or more, i hope you can get it sorted
If there is a game glitch there is nothing you can do.
When this happens with consoles such as the DS they normally fix the glitch and then all new games made will have that fix. It may be worth speaking to the vendor to see if they know about it.