Question about Nintendo DS Console
Hi, this is a common problem with ds, that happen if they have been sitting around for a while. they have a small watch battery inside that keeps the time and date running now since it has not been charged or used for so long then it looks like this battery has gone flat, you can try giving it a full charge and see if that makes and difference if not then your going to need to get the internal battery replaced, if you take it into most small phone shops they will be able to do the repair for you.
tell them the problem your having and then they will get this battery replaced for you.
try giving it a full charge first and let it go flat then charge it again if that still dont work after this then it will need a new system battery.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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