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Hi, it might be the fuse. Does the DS turn fail to turn on? Does the charge light just flash briefly when you plug in charger? If so it will be the fuse. If the console it out of warranty, maybe you or someone you know can fix it. Check out the following youtube videos Good Luck
Hook up only the ac adapter to the DS to see if it turns on. If it does then we know the ac adapter works. We know the battery got fully charged but the system isn't turning on with the battery that is fully charged up.
I would say your battery is defective but you won't really know until you fully charge up a known good working battery and test it out.
Your DS is either fully charged or the battery got damaged/wet. When you play the DS, is the light red or flash red? If it does, then the problem is with your battery. http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/repair/dslite_repair_home.jsp
Click on your country, then "System and Game Problems," then "Power and Battery Charging Problems."
Hope this helped.
The orange charge light turns on when you plug it in and goes off after a short time? If so, it may be a problem with your battery. Does the power light flash green when you turn it on? As batteries are recharged more, they slowly lose their capability to hold a charge. i would suggest borrowing a battery from a friend, if it works, you need a new battery.
What is the orange charging light doing? If it is just flashing on, or only staying on or a minuet, that means you need a new battery. The orange light foes on when the battery has been charged to its maximum capacity. After each charge, the capacity is decreased. So if the orange light is on for only a short time, get a new battery.
First, you can try swapping batteries with a known working unit and battery. Failing that, go to Nintendos website & plug in your DS serial # to check if it's still under warranty (1yr). If so, mail it back to Nintendo they will usually fix for free. If older than 1 year, they may still fix it, but you need to call the toll free number & arrange that. That usually costs around $50 dollars. Their are 2 fuses inside the DS (not easily replaced at all)! that may be blown.