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Both upper and lower screens are blank

My Nintendo DS has not been charged for a while, and when I turn it on, it shows to be charged, but the screens are blank. What can I do? Thanks.

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  • chahuter Apr 06, 2009

    I had a problem with ninentendo ds both screens are blank and no sound the power light is green so I think it is fully charged. What should I do?

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You may be mistaking it saying it is charging with saying it is low battery. Green = Battery is well charged, Red = getting low, Flashing Red = Very low, Orange = Charging.
If you are certain that it is saying it is charged, charge it anyway, it probably is uncharged but is confused about whether it is charged or not. Remember that this is a machine: it has no brain, and cannot think for itself. All machines are stupid, they can only think what you tell them to think, and you have to be careful or it trips over itself and breaks.

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