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My son has a Nintendo dsi and whenever we put it on the chaeger the red light indicating its charging only stays on for a couple seconds, and when u press the power button to turn it on it flashes and turns off. Its just one quick flash and the screen is black again. Dose anyone know what might be going on?

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I don't know much about nintendos but it would seem from an electronics aspect that perhaps its not getting the charging power that it needs I will assume it has a usb charger so I would try replacing both the cable and the usb adaptor and see how it goes, for this please ensure the usb charging adaptor is rated 2 amps (10watt) or above. Good luck -tim if this answer helped please help me in return by marking my answer as the solution, thanks

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