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My nintendo ds lite wont turn on because i got water in it and my

Battery pack wont open because my screw is stripped

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Well you were certainly thinking the thing about taking the battery out of the DS, what I would do is to try and get the screw out of the socket. And then if that doesn't work I recommend having it looked at and repaired by professionals such as "Nintendo Customer Service"(NCS).P.S. to make an appointment with NCS hold down "Ctrl" and left click on "Nintendo Customer Service".

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SOURCE: my nintendo ds lite top screen isn't working properly

Top LCD's flex cable that passes through right-hand hinge into bottom part of case will be damaged or not properly seated in its connector socket.

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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open it up and clean out the ds

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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SOURCE: My son's nintendo ds lite was dropped into water

if you go onto ebay you can buy the correct screwdriver for 50p it is called a triwing screwdriver my daughter did the same to my ds she poured juice into the back i opened it up gave it a good clean with some cotton buds left it open for a couple of days and it works fine now hope this helps.

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SOURCE: my nintendo ds lite has water damage

OK FIRST OPEN IT UP AND IF ITS STILL WET PUT IN A BOWL OF DRY RICE FOR 24 HOURS. THE NEXT IT WIL B COMPLETLY DRY. PUT IT TOGETHER AND TRY IT IF IT DNT WORK CHECK THE FUSES. HERE IS A LINK

http://www.m3wiki.com/index.php?title=Nintendo_DS_Lite_:_Repair_a_broken_console_(blown_fuse)

IF UR DS SCREEN ARE MESSED UP GO HERE AND BUY REPACEMENTS FOR IT

http://www.dealextreme.com/products.dx/category.604~r.44989246

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SOURCE: nintendo ds lite won't charge

Sounds like your battery is toast, buy a new one from nintendo, or ebay.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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Hi. Here's the procedure on how to reset the console. Take note that if you are going to do this procedure this will erase all of the data saved on the system and restore the unit to its original factory settings.

Remove the cover for the battery compartment. The compartment is located on the back of the DS Lite unit, and the cover has a small screw holding it in place. You will need a Phillips size 0 screwdriver to remove it.
  • 2 Take out the DS Lite's battery pack. There is a tab at the top of the battery pack. Insert your fingernail or the end of the screwdriver carefully into the edge of this tab and pop out the pack.
  • 3 Keep the battery pack out of the unit for at least 10 seconds. If you keep the battery pack out for too short of a time, it will not reset the unit.
  • 4 Put the battery pack back into the unit. Just line it up in the compartment and push it back into place.
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  • 6 Turn on the DS Lite. If the unit has properly reset, a screen will come up that reads "Before you begin, you must adjust system settings." You can now enter all-new settings and information on your DS Lite. If you do not get the system settings screen, you did not keep the battery pack out long enough. Repeat the steps and leave your battery pack out for a longer period of time.
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    Remove the cover for the battery compartment. At the back of the DS Lite, the cover has a small screw holding it in place. You will need a Phillips size 0 screwdriver to remove it.
    Take out the DS Lite's battery pack. There is a tab at the top of the battery pack. Insert your fingernail or the end of the screwdriver carefully into the edge of this tab and pop out the pack.
    Keep the battery pack out of the unit for at least 10 seconds. If you keep the battery pack out for too short of a time, it will not cause a reset in the unit.
    Put the battery pack back. Just line it up in the compartment and push it back into place.
    Replace the cover. Replace with the screw.
    Turn on the DS Lite. If the unit has properly reset, a screen will come up that reads "Before you begin, you must adjust system settings." You can now enter all new settings and information on your DS Lite. If you do not get the system settings screen, you did not keep the battery pack out long enough. Repeat the steps and leave your battery pack out for a longer period of time.

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    Take it apart as far as you can, put it in a bowl of (UNCOOKED !) rice and leave it for a week. This will remove all the moist from the DS. Put it together and hope it will work.

    Since you tried to switch it on while wet, it might have fuses blown, check F1 and F2 with a multimeter for continuity (on the board side where the slot is, next to the slot and next to the charge connector). Bridge it if there's no continuity.

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    When i try to power on my son's DS Lite, the red light is on, and both screens power on for about 2-3 seconds max and then the system shuts off. It also wont charge when connected to the wall.


    You may need to get a replacement battery pack when the battery is below 30% the light will turn red, the battery requires 4 hours to charge, and when the battery is fully charged the amber colored light will turn off. If you still need to purchase a new battery contact nintendo cust serv at 800-255-3700 or you can order online at nintendo.com You will need a #00 philips screw driver to remove the battery cover, install the battery with the 2 tabs in first, close compartment and allow battery to fully charge before use. The average battery will last for about 500 charges. Hope this helps

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    the DS might be wrong try charging it overnight if this dose not work than the battery pack in your ds is spoiled this happens over time wile you have your ds if charging dose not work go to a game stop and have them change the battery pack. Hope this helps!

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    well go to your battery store or what ever has ds battery packs buy a knew one it is because your battery cant charge anymore so get a new one and it should work otherwise send it off to nintendo

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    Nintendo dslite wont turn on.tried charging it wit 3 different charges and it still wont charge


    Ensure that you are properly recharging the battery.

    1. Insert the small end of the adapter into the external extension connector (labeled "5.2V=IN") on the back of the Nintendo DS Lite, just next to the SLOT 1 Game Card opening.

    2. Swing the prongs on the AC adapter until they lock into place, then insert it into a standard (120 volt) outlet.

    The plug should be mounted vertically or on a floor outlet (such as a power strip).

    3. Once the adapter is properly inserted, the unit will begin to charge (the orange charging light will display).

    4. Once the DS Lite is fully charged, the orange charge light will go off.

    Check the AC Adapter for damage (such as bent prongs or split wires). If you see damage to the AC Adapter, purchase a replacement from Nintendos Online Store.

    Try plugging the AC Adapter into another wall outlet. Its possible the outlet is not working properly and has not been charging the Nintendo DS Lite.

    If you are unable to get power to your Nintendo DS Lite, despite trying to properly recharge the unit, then your system will need to be repaired.

    Nintendo offers convenient repairs, fast turnaround times and, for all systems repaired, a new one-year manufacturer's warranty.

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    if you go onto ebay you can buy the correct screwdriver for 50p it is called a triwing screwdriver my daughter did the same to my ds she poured juice into the back i opened it up gave it a good clean with some cotton buds left it open for a couple of days and it works fine now hope this helps.

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