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Donte it looks fine the switch too but it wont turn on but it will charge a little then trurn of and the green lite doesnt turn on

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Probably bricked you need pandoras battery

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My ds lite just switched off and it was charged


Hi, so if you try switching on the ds lite, nothing at all happens ??
Does the green light flash even if it is for like a split second.If it does then it is more likely top be a blown fuse. If 1 of your screens flicker also, this could be your problem as the ds will not start up with a broken screen. Please advise

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My DS Lite charges fine but it wont turn on not even the green light. Is it the F2 fuse or the L2 fuse you think is broken and i dont hear rattling inside could it still be the L2 fuse,and could i use a...


Hi there, if it was a fuse the power light would turn on then off straight away, or when you plug the charger in the charge light will light up for a second then turn off again. I suspect it is the L2 inductor, take a look at my guide to see how to repair it -

http://www.fixya.com/support/r5802228-ds_lite_not_turning_read_tip_find_out


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My ds lite wont turn on. When I switch it on, The screens flash and it turns off again! It still charges, What ddo I do. I dont want to buy a new one!


Try removing the battery and putting it back in. Let it charge fully until the charge indicator goes away and then try again. If you are still having issues, it sounds like the device has become corrupted.

Mar 07, 2011 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Ds screens dont power up, fuses are ok and l2 inductor still in tact, anyone any ideas?


Hello, sorry for the long time you waited for an answer but i just came across it but i too have been battling with this problem for two years now, i too have two ds's lite that charge correctly and if the power switch its trurned on the power indicator turns on and stays on as long as the battery lasts but there's no boot of the system whatsoever, i also checked both fuses and the L2 inductor and they are fine, since i think its a power problem or better a power inductor problem i concentraded over the tho power inductors next to the headphones connector also called L5 and L6.
I have applied pressure over them and even with the console closed voilá, it turned on the screens and passed to the suspension mode. Opened it up and securely holded the battery in place with one hand and flexed a bit the board on the inductors conner while turning the switch on and it booted fine and entered the settings screens fine, so my best shot is that one or both L5 and L6 are faulty, perhaps cold solder joints, but my advise would be to swap them with new inductors, im still searching for them so i'd appreciate if someone finds them cheap, ebay perhaps? tomorrow i'll try to resolder the inductors to see if I'm in luck.
This is a tip for those who have a ds lite with the following simptoms: charges fine, the green led light turns on and stays on, both displays stay blank/black, there's no startup/boot sound, the screens are fine, both fuses are fine and the l2 is also fine.
There are the rare occasions that the ds might boot once in a while, mostly when the ds is flexed near the headphone connector corner, this only indicates that it has the same problem as mentioned above.
Good luck and good repairings!

Aug 10, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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My nintendo DS lite will not turn on. It charges but when i try to turn it on it wont go on


Hi,

If your battery is working fine then chances are your fuse has blown. First see if you can get a battery from a friend to test if that sorts out your problem, if it doesnt then you will need to replace your fuse. I have written guides for both fuse replacement and DS lite dismantling.

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If you have any further questions or need any more help feel free to message me via my profile.

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SOD69

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My sond ds lite wont turn on and the charge light


Yes, this problem is normally caused by one or both of the fuses have blown on the logic board.

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my ds lite wont charge i get a flash of the orange light then nothing can you help me please

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My DS lite wouldnt switch on whilst i was on it so


It sounds like a faulty on off switch, when you turn it on it is not contacting fully, i had this problem with my grandsons ds lite, what i did was unscrew the ds, then looked to see if the push up and down on off switch was fully contacting when switching on, when i took the case off i could turn it on, i just made sure everything was in place and put the case back on, its ok now, i could be the on off switch had dislodged ater time, and just needed re locating, its nothing to do with getting a new battery.

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