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Nintendo ds won't turn on.when charger plugged in orange light flashes on & then straight back off

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Your problem isn't with the screen it is with the fuses.

your fuse or fuses are dead. however, it is fixable, but it is extremely difficult.

1. if you don't have the time or the means or the wants to solder it, then sell it on ebay and you can get a fairly good price and someone else will fix it

2. if you do want to go through with this then you will need a meter, a soldering iron, and a lot of time and patience.

If you are interested, just notify me

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    rochellej95 Feb 18, 2013

    I havent used my ds in months maybe a year and i just now want to play it but when i turn it on it goes white then shuts off IMMEDITALY, when its charging the orange light stays on.

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