Question about Nintendo DS Console
Most likely the moisture has irrepairably damaged the console. You need to get the moisture completly out of the system.
Your best chance of getting it working is to disconnect the power, remove the battery if you are handy enough with small electronics, and then leave in a warm, dry environment to properly dry for 48-72hrs. The longer you leave it to dry, the better your chances.
However, even if it comes good again, corrosion will most likely become a problem, and will cause the console to behave erratically or not at all later on.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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