Sounds like you have blown a fuse when you replaced the top screen to me. If you had the battery in place at any time when you had the case open there is a chance you could have shorted the screen casing against the pcb. this can blow one of two fuses in the DS.
Google for blown fuse on DS and you should find some info to steer you in the right direction and determine if this is your problem or not.
Theres a good chance that the cable might have been damaged in replacement of the top screen. check the tiny inserts at the end. But first, see if the cables' fully connected. As for the battery, it might already be at capacity, and is fully charged. that might explain your 3 second charge. Anyone please write if this helped you in any way.
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Hi, so if you try switching on the ds lite, nothing at all happens ?? Does the green light flash even if it is for like a split second.If it does then it is more likely top be a blown fuse. If 1 of your screens flicker also, this could be your problem as the ds will not start up with a broken screen. Please advise
You should try charging the DS system if the light is red. Make sure both the outlet you plug the DS into, the charger, and the DS charging port are not damaged. If this does not work, try visiting this website: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/index.jsp or calling Nintendo Customer Service at 1-800-255-3700.
Each time you charge your battery, the charge capacity is decreased. After a large amount of charges, the capacity is decreased to an amount only enough to turn on a/the screen(s) for a second. Try getting a new battery.
The system powers on, then performs a system check. The DS is finding some sort of error More than likely the top screen was damaged. I've been told that the screen that flickers is usually the good screen. The bad one doesn't flicker because it's damaged. You can replace the top screen yorself (if you're fairly handy), or you can pay a professional to do it. You can get new screens from Dealextreme.com for around 10US dollars, with free shipping. You can also find videos about how to change out the top screen on youtube. Hope this helps