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DS Lite restarting itself

Hey fixya peoples, my ds lite has been working fine since i got it back when they were first released. a couple weeks ago, my ds lite will randomly restart itself for no apparent reason, and i have no idea why. can anyone help me?

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It maybe that you dont charge it?? The game card may have been damaged not sure... you might have touched the power sliding thing... Try and leave your DS on for a few minutes and see if it turns off.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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