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My nintendo ds won't turn on

It doesn't charge, it doesn't respond to the power button, is like is dead, and I have tried different chargers already. Some guy told me that maybe it was like blocked or something like that.

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Depending on how long you've had the DS, it's more than likely the battery. After some wear and tear, the older model batteries will eventually stop holding a charge. It's pretty inexpensive to replace as well. Contact Nintendo and find a repair shop in your area.

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