Question about Nintendo DS Console
the ds lite sounds as if it,s damaged.
the problem with using adapters from other consoles, is that if the output voltage is higher, or the polsrity is different. the ds will be damaged. if you look at the back or underside of the ds. it should say for example. DC 9v. if you have used a 10-12 Volt charger, this has damaged the consoles mainboard fuses.
the other thing is the polsrity. whether the inner or outer section of the connecting plug is positive/inner and negative outer.
this can be viewed with a round symbol. with a plus in the centre or outer edge of the connector.
the only way, to get it working properly, if it isn,t already damaged is to get a charger of identical voltage and pin/polsrity.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on May 22, 2008
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