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Screen blank when tryin to play game I cant see anything i get sound but no picture onthe screens

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Your battery might be low try charging your nintendo ds if this dose not work try going to a local game stop and get it looked at but they will most likely say you need to change your battery pack. hope this helps
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Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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