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My nintendo will not turn on!help!

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Have you given it the full 8 hour charge upon purchase? If not, try that before panicking. if that doesn't work, Try plugging the DS in, and turn it on whilst it is charging.

Hope that helps,

- Deni-YO

Posted on May 18, 2008

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