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Help um I'm really worried that my charging isn't working. i have had it plugged in for about 24 hours and it hasn't even showed the charging light. it almost looks like the part in the DS is a bit bent. what should i do?

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Take it to get fixed or make sure you are inserting the charger correctly

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