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My son's nintendo ds won't come on even though it is fully charged. The light turns green then it just turns off.

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  • beingchanged Feb 24, 2009

    I traded batteries out with my daughter's ds. It's definitely not the battery.

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This situation is most likely battery related.When a rechargeable battery is used, each charge, the capacity is slightly decreased. I would strongly recommend getting a new battery.

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well repairing is not ez and the issue maybe worse then you can handle. so i say check ur warranty as that will cover it, ur warranty is usually threw the store you bought it from.

Second call nintendo as they will be able to actually repair the product, im sure they will charge you, but they will also put a guarantee the repair. good luck

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http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/dslite_repair_home.jsp

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Hope this helps!!

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