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Ds lite / will not turn on

Will not turn on charge light only stays on 30sec. even if left plugged in

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  • philupo Dec 28, 2008

    gee thanks your brain got stepped on

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Then get a new ds or a new charger

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I have seen this happen when someone plugs the wrong charging cord up to the DS lite, Is there any chance some one did this to your DS lite.It sounds also as if the battery is not making proper connection.

 

  1. REmove the battery from the compartment
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  4. Try the DS lite again with the battery installed.

I hope this gets you in business  Atticus. Do not Vote until we get it working.  Try this and add a comment to this problem posting. I will answer as soon as I possibly can. Thank you very much for the opportunity to solve your porblem with a DS Lite.

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