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My Dsi was working fine , and then it just went out! What fuse should I try to repair? Where do I get replacement fuses? And how would I fix it?

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Unfortunately, there are no fuses in the Nintendo DSi to replace, nor any simple way to fix it. First make sure that its not that your battery is simply dead. If that is not the problem, check to see if you have a valid warranty and call Nintendo about getting a replacement. Information on doing this can be found here (

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