Question about Nintendo DS Lite - Onyx
Okay first of all i opened the 5.2v=In thingy and i was working on my phone as well and well i didn't realize that it then became in contact with my phone. Now the Darn thing won't even charge on the Usb charger and won't even turn on Gah Please help me i'm so dead my parents can't afford another DS or a battery.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nintendo DS Lite - Not charging
sounds like you've blown a fuse inside the ds itself. Check on the underside of your console and check if it says "5.2v in" adjacent to your charger port if it does then the uk charger is safe to use. But the fact remains you may of blown a fuse. There are two fuses in the ds and are very small they can be repaired easily if you have any soldering skills.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
i left to go to the mall one day and there were a whole bunch of little kids here and i put mi ds on the back of my sofa and wen i came back my ds didnt come on so i charged it for 3 days strait and on the charge button will come on but when it does it stays on for like 2 minutes then cuts of and mii game doesnt come on and the kid didnt do anything but play with it
Posted on May 24, 2009
If the unit does not turn on at all (no green light) then the chances are you have blown the F2 fuse...
This fuse is internal and is less than 2mm wide on its longest length.
If you have a warranty I would suggest you send it off for repair, if not you can either find a good repair service on the net (such as ebay) or repair it yourself.
If you do decide to go down the D.I.Y route you will need a few specialist tools and some good soldering skills. As I said before the fuse is very small and so you will need a steady hand to replace it.
All the tools and parts can be found on ebay... If you would like some info on where the fuse is, what tools you will need and how to go about replacing it then click on my name to get to my profile page... from there you will see a list of guides I have written, all the info you should need will be in them.
If you need any further help or advice please feel free to contact me and I will help you out as best I can.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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