Question about Nintendo Dsi XL
Water damage usually spells the end for any gadget, but you can try the following and see if it helps.
Put the DSi into a warm, dry place (usually a hot press or something similar). Make sure it is not too hot as you will just burn out the DSi. Place a bowl of plain white rice beside the DSi and leave for 12 hours. Repeat with a fresh bowl of rice for another 12 hours if the problem persists.
Please bear in mind that the rice is there to soak up any water vapor in the air, it's not going to magically fix your DS but it is a tried and tested way to dry out gadgets of this kind.
Best of luck!
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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