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DS Lite Hi, I have changed the case on my DS lite and now when I turn it on the green light comes on for a few seconds and then turns off. I have checked all cables non are broken and all are inserted correctly.

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  • mabennett97 Jul 20, 2008

    I have been told ti is in sleep mode, how do I get it out of sleep mode

  • mabennett97 Jul 20, 2008

    Have checked F1 and F2 and they are OK

  • mabennett97 Jul 20, 2008

    I have checked the connections and disassembled and reassembled the unit and still the same except the screen now flashes on/off and with the volume on full there is a slight noise.

  • mabennett97 Jul 26, 2008

    I have checked all leads and still get the same thing, I have discovered that when I unplug the wireless connector from P10 and then turn the unit on I get the green light on and it stays on but nothing else happens.

  • mabennett97 Jul 26, 2008

    The F! and F" fuses are fine, I have tested them with a meter.

  • mabennett97 Jul 26, 2008

    The F1 and F2 fuses are fine, I have tested them with a meter.

  • mabennett97 Jul 27, 2008

    Held the switch for 10 seconds connected it to a charger but when switched on still the same, the green light comes on and then off after a second and the bottom screen flashes.

  • mabennett97 Jul 30, 2008

    it is still not working, I am getting the same as before.

  • mabennett97 Jul 31, 2008

    The hinge broke

  • mabennett97 Aug 02, 2008

    Have checked the ribbon cable for top LCD screen and used a multi meter to test and I get a reading from the speakers at both ends.

  • mabennett97 Aug 02, 2008

    I have had unit on charge for a couple of hours and tried it with the charger plugged in, the case is the same type. How can I get in to the options if the unit does not turn on?

  • mabennett97 Aug 02, 2008

    How do you reset to factory settings?

  • mabennett97 Aug 02, 2008

    The battery is not connected for a long period and it still does not work.

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U need to go with a professnol repair

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Too many solutions ! Still problem persists ??
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Sounds like the DS always thinks that it's cover is closed. Not sure what the mechanism is for that could be magnetic or a physical button. Verify that everything is in place, maybe you had to move a magnet from the old case to the new one.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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Buy new batteries if it does not work buy new unit sorry

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Best if you get a new DS, we are sorry for what happened to the unit.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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Try to change battery it must the problem or go to your nearest technician that may able to fix the hardware problem. hope that helps

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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Reset Factory Settings for Nintendo DS 1. Use a small screwdriver to unscrew the back cover.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Wait a few seconds.
4. Replace battery.
5. Turn on DS.
6a. If you have to re-enter your nick-name/time and date etc, it has worked! Go to 7.
6b. If not, remove the battery again and wait longer.
7. Replace cover and screw back in place

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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    Wesley Gardner Aug 02, 2008

    when you turn it on does the bottom or top screen flash when you do this?

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    Wesley Gardner Aug 04, 2008

    I have a unit with the same issue in my repair pile I will tend to it later this evening and anything I figure that might work that would help you I will tell you once I have tested all possibilities.

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner Aug 04, 2008

    sorry got caught up in a few things. I have tested two systems swaping the batteries and I can honestly say its not a battery issue.



    is it possible to get a picture of your ds inside? would greatly help if you could.



    I have a few things yet to try and will give my final post tomarrow regarding this issue.

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner Aug 04, 2008

    FOUND A COUPLE THINGS FOR YOU TO TRY:


    FLASHME SLEEP/STANDBY FIX. WORTH A SHOT.

    Materials:

    - Illustration Board (33mm x 35mm) - exact size of ds cart (w x h)
    - Illustration Board (33mm x 5mm) optional
    - Foil (33mm x 35mm)
    - Tape (masking or clear)
    - And your DS :P

    Step:

    1. Fold the foil in half over 33mm side of the bigger piece of illustration board

    2. Secure with tape on the ends.

    3. With your DS off, slide the board foil-end first into the ds slot closer to the outer side of the slot. Make sure that the side of the board facing outwards is the side you want exposed.

    4. Pull out the board again and examine the marks on the foil-end. You should see 17 lines etched on the foil.

    5. Tape up all marks except for marks 1 and 7 (see illustration).

    6. Slide back into the slot and enjoy.

    Optional:

    Stick the other piece of board in the middle of the "cart" to make the it thicker so it won't move

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner Aug 04, 2008

    So just for the fun of it I checked out my fuses and seemed there was nothing wrong with them just for testing purposes I replaced the F2 fuse and no I managed to get the green light to stay on but no screen.so I will have to check the F1 fuse as well.



    as far as the top screen it has been completely removed for testing purposes along side



    I removed the RF module as well and seemed to have better luck with this removed. *further testing will be needed* but its installed again at this current point of testing.



    I thought that I would check the F1 fuse next heres a guide hope this helps



    http://www.m3wiki.com/index.php/Nintendo...)



    will step you through. but I dont think its the F3 fuse due to location of the fuse and the fact that its not even connected.



    give me a few hours to have my morning coffee and I will continue the adventure into this



    so in other words I would check the fuses again. and even replace them since there is not going to be any actual pysical damage that can happen from this fix so it seems.

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner Aug 05, 2008

    ok so now I did a replacement of the lcd with 2 different ones 1 used and one new. same result. green light still goes on and flashes and then turns off now.



    I checked the F1 fuse and with no suprise it was fine. so now I will test the old lcd on the working motherboard if a result occurs its something on the motherboard and more indepth look will happen.

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    Wesley Gardner Aug 05, 2008

    oh and I will be placing a new top screen on to see if that does anything spectacular

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner Aug 05, 2008

    ok so here is my conclusion after bridging the fuses on the motherboard I replaced the top display with another unit and sure as daylight the system started up. put the other top screen onto another motherboard and the same conclusion had happened so what I would suggest is make sure that the ribbon on the top cable is in the best condition possible. if not please replace the top screen find one on ebay for cheap



    like the guides tell you always replace the top screen before any other troubleshooting is done just because it is the easyest of the solutions to do. so this is my solution and know that in fact that that is the issue with yours.



    so possible 100% fixes is



    first replace the top lcd

    secound check the fuses or bridge the fuses

    F1 and F2 can be bridged even if they are fine thats what I did. well only the F2 needed to be replace but decided to bridge the F1 just in case.



    so hope this will get you on your way and remember make sure all your ribbons are tight where they belong.



    if your wanting to have it repaired. I can help you further in that department as well.



    good luck to you and hope you get it going and hope that my trial and error has someone what helped.





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Reset to factory setting & try to on your ds

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Hello,
Try to check for the following,

1) The plastic switch cover is broken, then you may need to buy a new one (usually stores sell the complette shell). Or you can try to find the broken piece and paste it again in place, out of the DS, you wont like to broke also the volume switch.

2) The volume switch (toogle, variable resistor) may have a cracked solder then you may need to resolder the switch to the board. Or if the switch is broken then you would have a problem to find a replacement, but you can also buy a broken NDSL for parts.

Thank you!!..

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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    Natesan Sabesan Aug 02, 2008

    Did you try the reset factory settings??..Does it work for you??..

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So it went into sleep mode when you disconnected it from the old case to conserve power-however sleep mode can drain you right out of power. This is probably what has occurred. You have to go to settings to set up for the option of sleep or standby, but with no power to your machine, you will first have to try to get power back in your battery.

Also, The new case is it for the same model of DS that you have? There are a couple of different case models.

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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    Gayle Ashbach Aug 03, 2008

    You might find what you need here:



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_DS...



    Apparently, the DS Lite battery is designed to only be removed when it is no longer live. I encourage you to read the entire article above and perhaps you can figure out what to do now. Good Luck.

  • Gayle Ashbach
    Gayle Ashbach Aug 06, 2008

    What type of case did you install it into?

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Check if the top lcd screen ribbon cable is far in...it mght look as if it is at place...try checkin it once again just to be sure

Thanks for using Fixya

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  • SALMAN NASEER Aug 02, 2008

    romove the case and put the old one, if that onel is ok and then check that all things are all right. then try again for the new case and fix it properly. may be the fault is in fitting only.



    regards,

  • SALMAN NASEER Aug 04, 2008

    the volume noise can be caused by the speaker itself. u have to check that.





    regards,

  • SALMAN NASEER Aug 05, 2008

    what about connectors. is it confirmed that u connected all the connector perfectly. may be something is going wrong with connectors. kindly try to fix that all cent per cent perfectly.



    regards,

  • SALMAN NASEER Aug 06, 2008

    dear,



    take a close look at the circuit inside. is there anything damage relavant to board. sometimes it happends that if you are going to fix some circuit, the circuit board is so sensitive. even in opening and fixing some piece and be screwed up or check if there is any drysoldering inside . or something not making circuit to work proper then remove the LCD and put some contact cleaner , especially in contacts. may be it cures the problem

    B'careful when doing with contact cleaner, remove ur LCD always, b'coz it can damage it.



    regards,

  • SALMAN NASEER Aug 06, 2008

    dear,



    check this circuitry and check the indicated points in details.



    http://www.m3wiki.com/index.php/Nintendo...)



    regards,

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What was the reason for changing the case?

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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    Ryan Rogers Jul 31, 2008

    It seems that you've done everything that you possibly can. At this point I'm going to suggest that you take it in for servicing. See if you have a Game Zone in your area, the one here does console repairs at a decent price.

  • Ryan Rogers
    Ryan Rogers Aug 02, 2008

    I still say take it in to be checked.

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Push the power switch up for 10 seconds to turn it off and then connect the DS Lite to a charger
proceed to power on the system and see if it starts up

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    LORETO LACARON Jul 26, 2008

    check for the fuse;




  • LORETO LACARON
    LORETO LACARON Jul 26, 2008

    check to make sure the ribbon is in all the way. there are 4 prongs on
    the clamp for the touch screen, the one to the right no. 4 this
    controls the upper right side of the touch screen. ribbon must be in
    straight

  • LORETO LACARON
    LORETO LACARON Jul 27, 2008

    To me this sounds like an internal problem with your system that
    warrants a repair. I would suggest calling Nintendo at 1-800-255-3700
    between 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Pacific Time, to go over repair options for
    your DS.

  • LORETO LACARON
    LORETO LACARON Jul 27, 2008

    Try this also i thought perhaps those little metal contacts on the battery and the ds
    had build up a little corrosion, interrupting the charge,that why the battery had no power. so, i took
    some rubbing alcohol and q-tips and i scrape it and gently scrubbed them clean, both on
    the battery and the DS side.


    After this, my DS has worked flawlessly. Hope it's the same for you!

  • LORETO LACARON
    LORETO LACARON Aug 02, 2008

    Do some tracing works to find if there is circulating voltage in the circuit board,look for open fusable resistor this is common problem of nintendo and playstation unit.Unfortunately the level of sophistication on these DS lite nintendo make it virtually impossible to trace and diagnose them further without taking them apart and probing around with a multimeter and other tools..Your last option is bring it to authorized service center...

    hope this may help;

    Regards,
    VOTIT


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Hello mabennett,

Open it again and check that the screen connector is conected correclty. Check it is completely flush with the casp, because if it isnt connected firmly, it will cause your DS screen to flash white and thn it will turn off by itself.

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It is not in sleep mode, to get off sleep mode you just press start button.
Your nintendo is not in sleep mode, it is a safety switch turning it off because there is either a short or a missing contact.
Check all connection, if you do not find the problem you will have to fully re-assemble the device.

Here is some helpful link, Check this :

YouTube - Disassembling Nintendo DS Lite
YouTube - nintendo ds repair





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Sir,

Click this link for the Video Tutorial to fix this problem....


http://kevinhaag.ca/2008/02/19/fix-a-nintendo-ds-that-wont-power-on-tutorial/

Thanks
Good luck

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    Asfiya Ahamed Jul 20, 2008

    Sir,

    ur battery is running out or ur ds is hving a glitch



    ur trying to connect thru wi fi or ds to ds connection

    thanks



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If u just chaned the case and it dont work u must have pressed a button somewere it cant be the mother board (how dumb) take the battery out for half a ur and it will work same as mine or take the case of again see if no buttons are stuck

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It sounds like it's bricked , meaning that that main chip of it is broken unless you've flashed it (You needed a 3rd party device to do so) or you can get a new mother board for it. The best thing to do is 1. Call Up Nintendo at 1-800-255-3700. 2. Go onto here http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/repair_charts_dslite.jsp Hipe that helps.........

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The green light is blinking, no red lights or anything else? The fuse is good as well correct?
Thanks,
Lee

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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    Lee A. Jul 19, 2008

    have you checked the F1 and F2 fuses?
    thanks again,
    Lee


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