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This is a design flaw!! Apparently if the DS Lite has been dropped, this damages the charging mechanism. This can only be repaired by Nintendo. However, even when you get the DS Lite back, there is no guarantee that the DS Lite will work for more than 2 weeks to a month, as this has been with my case. You may want to look into purchasing the DSi, as I have not found this to be a common problem with these new game systems (but, do your own research). Don't bother buying a new battery. It won't help!