Question about Nintendo DS Console
I've heard of this same issue around the net. Seems the circuit board
around the buttons develops micro-fracture cracks from pressing the
buttons too hard. This causes it to shut the DS down when the resulting intermittence occurs. If it's still under warranty, send it to Nintendo for repairs.
If you don't still have any warranty left........you could still have them fix it, but it won't be free. Is the light green or amber when it turns off? It could be a faulty battery. That's easy to replace. Otherwise, Nintendo service is pretty good if you still have the warranty. I sent mine in because of a stuck pixel and a crack in the hinge, and they mailed me back a brand new DS Lite. All shipping was paid for, too.
he may also accidentally might be slipping his finger and sliding the power switch.
hope this helps and plz do rate.=)
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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