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BLANK SCREEN (BOTH)

I HAVE A DS LITE AND WHEN I TURN THE POWER ON IT SHUTS BACK DOWN I CHARGE IT UO ALREADY AND IT STILL WILL NOT COME ONE I HAVE ALREAY SWITH BATTERY STILL NOT COMING ON

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You must take your DS to a repair technician to fix it as it would be many things causing the flash on/off cycle.
If you know how to repair electronic devices then check damaged top screen, loosen L2, or blown F1 and/or F2. Or maybe water damage is your problem.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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