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if its not your scart or the tv then its a similar problem to the 3rrod. its sounding like the memory chips are getting too hot and maybe that a solde rpoint has cracked or dry jointed.
the best way to fix this is to reflow the whole mainboard, replace the x-clamps, replace the heatsink paste with arctic silver 5 and add some heat conducting pads to the memory chips (with a little bit of heatsink paste to keep them in place). email me if you need any further help
Your problem is with the LCD behind the touch screen. The bottom scren on your DS is actually two screens. An LCD and a touch screen on top of it. Either your cable has come loose inside the DS or the LCD is possibly bad. This can be fixed.
The other option is that the electronics feeding the LCD have gone bad in which case you might as well buy a new DS. But check the screen first.
If the DS is under a year old you can send it to Nintendo for free repair.