Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Take out the battery immediately and let the whole thing air dry.
Once it's dry, reinsert the battery and see if it works, but only if the battery didn't get wet. If it did, you will need to get a new battery. If possible, borrow a battery from a friend to make sure the system isn't damaged first, as the batteries are not cheap and have to be specially ordered.
If the system doesn't work with a replacement battery, you can either send it to Nintendo for repairs or buy a new one.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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