Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
I have a Nintendo DS Lite, supposedly it was in the pool.
1. It doesn't turn on.
2. When charger inserted, orange led comes up, and immediately off.
Tried out things (after weeks of drying it out at room temp with no battery):
- Changed the battery with a known working one.
- Changed charger also with a known working one.
- Took apart and checked the fuses (F1 & F2), both of them are in mint condition.
- Checked the ribbons from the displays, they are ok.
- Checked for any residue.
I Googled for several day, trying to find similar problems, everybody goes around the fuses and the display ribbons. This time seems to be a little bit more difficult.
Any help or sane ideea will be deeply appreciated.
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Sep 05, 2014 | Nintendo DS Lite
it sounds like it's a battery problem.
If you want to replace your battery, call Nintendo's Consumer Assistance Hotline at 1-800-255-3700 from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. Pacific Time, and order a replacement battery there. I believe it costs around US$15.00.
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