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Nintendo ds lite won't power up

This ds won't turn on, no lights with the switch, the only time you get a light is when the charger is pluged in and thats only about a second. Tried known good battery. checked f1 and f2 fuses with a meter and the appear to be ok. Any help anyone can give me would be appreciated.

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  • Stefano Giacometti Jan 13, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem described. It happened after the DS hit the ground. Fuses seems ok, tested with multimeter. Red light on for 1 second plugging in AC.

  • niranjang Jan 13, 2009

    My DS Lite wont powerup even after charging. Please suggest solutions.

    niranjang@yahoo.com

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Try two things.

  1. One of the LCD screens is making a short circuit. Disconnect them and see if the charge led turns on. If so, check these screens (or replace them)
  2. You could also have a defective Wireless PCB (the small PCB that has the black Wifi Cable connected). If that PCB is defective, loose or even missing, the DS Lite will do nothing at all

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