Question about Nintendo DS Lite
Its broken then! You should never force dry electronics or try and switch on before completely dry. Next time ( if there is! ) dry as best you can with towel / shaking water out of it , leave for a couple of days then place in a bag with some dried rice and leave for a week, if rice gets damp then change rice ( rice will draw out moisture) If it going to work that's your best chance, never be too impatient !
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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