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Ds lite my son dropped his ds lite and ever since it does not power up at all no lights come did get wet the day before but appeared to be working fine until it was dropped

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Components may have come loose on the board, or damaged solder joints. Water damage can sometimes only appear after water has had time to seep, unless knock helped throw some residual water around inside, onto things it shouldn't touch.

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