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DS light will not turn on

I have a one year old DS Light and it will not turn on. One day it was working fine the next nothing. I tried to charge it and as I was inserting the power cord the orange charge indicator turned on for about a second and then turned off. Regardless I let it charge overnight with no change. I purchased a new battery and no change in the above. I took a known working battery out of another DS Light and still no change. Any suggestions. I have 2 GBA SP's, 1 GBA DS and 2 GBA DS Light and this is the first problem I have had.

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Well charge fur about a week it happend to me and this worked

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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