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When in standby mode light flashing very fast and making a clicking noise

Hi, My DS Lite has been fab but now when I close the lid in middle of gamethe light flashes very fast and DS makes a clicking noise at the same speed. Can any one help here. Haven't noticed any other problems yet but wonder if this is a warning about possible future problems. Thank you

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Its most likely you might have put an option that does that you should take out yur gamecard and go to settings try to customize the settings if it doesn't work then i think you should get go to www.nintendo.com and get it repaired.

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