Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Oh dear, sounds like someone has replaced the bottom screen in the past with a none genuine DS screen that has no insulator on the back.
There is a very good chance the motherboard is toast now, to use a technical term, but there are some small chances here.
If the insulator is there, its like a black tape on the back of the screen, put some more tape where you see the burn marks. Put it together try it. next make sure the top and bottom screen ribbons are good and i mean no nicks or heavy dents. If you find one replace it, also make sure they are plugged in properly. Sometime the look like they are but are actually not.
Lastly you could try replacing L2, the small rectangular thing next to the power switch.
All I can say is good luck.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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