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Ds not charging

When I went to charge my DS, plugged the cord into my system and the wall, the orange light came on for a part of a second and then went off. No charging takes place when it is plugged in. I have tried multiple outlets and nothing seems to change the problem. What could I do other than trying a different charging unit

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The mainboard has 2 fuses nown as f1 &f2 it could be they have blown you can get them on ebay

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Did you try getting a new official nintendo battery?

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