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The most likely, though unfortunate, scenario is that the internal hardware of the unit has been damaged by the shock of the fall. If the screens do not work and the sound no longer functions, your unit is in need of repair. If you are still under warranty, you may contact Nintendo support regarding this. Or, if you're feeling brave, there are guides online on how to open the system up and perform repairs yourself, but I would not recommend this method (plus this will void your warranty if it's still active).
If you see lines on either screen of your Nintendo DS Lite during game
play, then it is likely one or more of the components that create
the image on the screen are damaged. This can occur if there has
been an impact -- such as being dropped or hit -- to the Nintendo
DS Lite's screens. Phone 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available repair options and they will be grateful to assist you at any time of need.Important Note: If you are seeing lines on the
screen that slowly fade away after turning off the system, this