My nintendo is not working i spilt juice on it its not working and when i put the charge on its not working i have tried lots of things it is still not working i have dropped it on the floor and its not working but lots of liquid has gone into it is weel the main part is i cant charge it ihave put the charger in lots of sockets it always freezees every one has checked it i have stept on it before and it is a bit brakey it has lots of scratches on it.
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Re: When I plug my nintendo charger its not working
Sounds like your ds is in a sorry state. Unfortunately the DS is very delicate when it comes to fluids and if anything has been spilt inside it you have more than likely blown some circuitry on the motherboard. Usually the only way to fix this is to buy a motherboard or buy a new DS.
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I have seen many cases of this, you have probably busted the motherboard or the mechanism inside.Its sorry to say if the hairy guy at the repair store cant help, the only thing that can is buying a new DS.
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I would suggest making sure the outlet you plug the DS into has power. Some outlets do not work unless the room's lights are on. If you have already tried that, I would suggest contacting Nintendo customer service at 1-800-255-3700 or going to http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/index.jsp as it could be a problem with the DS charging outlet or the DS charger itself.
New charger is needed - Razors are VERY particular about their type of charge - If it is a bad charger - You will see the battery indicator flashing red - and it will be empty - this is the phone saying pretty much that it cannot use this charger -
I have had ALOT of problems with razors and returned chargers - Try to scoop up an original - or take it to a location and test the charger first -
You can try to remove the battery and then put it back in - then try to charger it but i doubt that will work -
Get a new charger - TEST IT FIRST IN STORE!!!
i would suggest trying to find what the issue is, if you know anyone who has a different charger, try it on your daughter's ds. if it still doesn't work, it's a DS problem...if it's under warranty, go to whatever store you bought it at and have them fix or replace it. If you try the different charger and it DOES work, then the only problem is the charger...so then all you have to do is go buy a new charger...hope this helps.
I leave my DS on the charger all the time with no problems. You are going to get a lot of people telling you this, so be ready.
Anyway, way the DS dropped, stepped on, or had something spilled on it? That could very well be the cause.
Another problem could be the charger. Look and see if the charger is torn, has something on it ( Juice, sticky stuff, or something that really shouldn't be there), and by something on the charger, I mean something on the head of the charger that you plug into the DS. The wire could be torn up and frayed too.
You could also get the DS refurbished. This should correct the problem. Refurbishing is cheaper than buying a new one, refurbishing a DS costs anywhere from $70 to around $90.
The only concern is if the connectors inside the charging station is corrupted. The bending is simply the outer metal connection, then bending it back wouldn't cause any damage. If the problem is further inside the station, it needs to be replaced. Nintendo can replace it for you for an acceptable price.