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How old is your console. Your battery might be dying and you need to get a new one.
To see if this is true
1 Take out the battery. It will be under a cover on the bottom of your system.
2 Take it out
3 Plug in your charger
4 Turn it on
5 If it turns on, you have a bad battery
6 If not your dsi has troubles and you may need to get it repaired
Thank you for your time, Good luck and I hope this works
i do believe you have burnt out the inverter within the system :( i dont have an answer for you on how to persue a fix but i do wish you good luck .......keep in mind these are very cheap new nowadays so dont pay a big amount to fix it if possible ok :)
Try scraping off any excess "gunk" between the battery and the terminal. if theres not any, good. Try to find a friend who has another PSP and plug in his battery, if this works, follow solution 2. If not, read solution 1.
Solution 1: If your PSP was being updated and turned off, this is a BAD THING. From personal experience, you have fried your PSP. Ive attempted to fix this problem and the only way to do so is if its still under warranty.
Solution 2: Your Charger or Battery is broken. Please attempt to drain your friends battery, then use your charger to attempt and recharge. if it does, the battery is dead. if it doesnt, you need a new charger.
I know that this is probably not the answer you guys want to hear about this issue...
You're going to have to contact Nintendo and make good on your warranty on this one. Just tell them that the unit is no longer charging and that you 'don't know why'. They should have no real problem replacing it for you.
This is most likely an internal electronics issue that no expert here is going to be able to advise on.
Unfortunately the internet still isn't good enough that we can do solder jobs over our internet connections. :P
=THIS IS NOT A PROPOSED FIX. DO NOT RATE ME FOR IT= Otherwise, if you wish to persist in trying to fix your problem, the only thing that I can tell you is to either try using someone else's charger adapter, buy a new adapter OR use an adapter that works and hold it at different positions in the DS Lite to see if any position will charge it. If you are succesful at charging it in this manner then the port you plug the charger into may be loosened.
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