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There is a short somewhere within the DS. At this point, your going to have to get a new one or send it in for repair. here is the direct repair and troubleshooting line for nintendo 800-255-3700 hope i've helped in some way :)
No.. most likely the ribbon cable that connects the lcd screen to the rest of the ds has been damaged or knocked loose. Or the circuit board somewhere has been cracked or damaged, affecting the circuitry that sends a signal to the lcd screen.
Is it under warranty? You can maybe send it back to Ninendo for repair. Or open it and attempt to repair it yourself. Otherewise I'm afraid the DS is just broken...