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Power light not showing when the DS is on

My DS's power light is not showing, even when the system is on. Whenever I turn it on, I don't get a red or green light on the power indicator, so I have no clue if my DS is dead or charged. I don't have my charger with me, so I don't know if it will show whenever I charge it.

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Just 4get about the light not being there and only use the ds when u need it or buy a charger

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