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Nintendo DS Lite - Technical Problem

Having starting problems with Nintendo DS lite.

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  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2008

    nitendo ds is not starting, maybe after drop on the floor by my son but i´m not sure, batterie Voltage is o.K. , (round about 4.1Volt) ,

    I have opened ist, nothing to see, did anyone know on which point´s

    I have to measure power (for example at the power switch , I measur at one point 3.1 Volt but to which point he has to switch this voltage?

  • m-amin_94 Jun 19, 2008

    the nintendo's power light is green and fully charged but there is nothing appearing in the screen and the nintendo is not responding what so ever i think it is in sleep mode if yes then how can i put it in active or wake up mode if not then whats the problem

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Would probly have to get it sent off to be fixed and get a reconditioned one back

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