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Green rust from water in the game slot.

My daughter put water in her ds to try and clean it. There is now this green rust stuff in there and on some of her games. Is there any way to get this fixed or are we stuck buying a new one?

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Well,i think the green rust is the circut bourd,
i think your stuck with buying a new DS.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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