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Re: my ds fell in a pound
Similar things happen when the battery loses it's capability of holding a charge. Have you charged the ds a few hundred times? If so, the problem could be that the battery is unable to hold a charge, due to the fact that you have charged the batter too many times. Try buying a new one.
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Try a different known working battery to see if the ds will charge. If it doesn't then try a different known working charger and if it still doesn't charge then that means the main board inside of the DS is bad and the DS would have to be replaced.
You might have bashed up the inside a bit. I f you still have warranty then I sugesst getting it replaced. if not then there two things that you can do.
1. If you are willing to risk the ds then take it apart and see if anything is broken. if it is a disconnected wire then just do it yourself. However, if it is something more serious then take the action below.
2. If you are willing to spend some money then you can pay up to $100 to get it fixed by a pro.
It sounds like it got dropped in water but if you didn't; You should try to take out the battery (unplug the DS first) usually I would suggest just waiting a few seconds and replacing the battery. However due to how the battery comes out, and depending on the height the battery fell from, you should make sure none of the brass pinns that contact the battery got smushed.
If the pins are smushed (if one or two of the pins don't protrude as far as the other) take a safety pin or a needle and try to gently bend them back out to a distance they will definatly make contact with the brass strips on the battery.