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Re-charger Would you please define "re-charger"? Or explain the process. Is it similar to 'refreshing' ni-cad batteries?

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Yes your nintendo ds lite will have to have a charger for it to refresh the battery into a charged state for use. If you charge the battery and it is not holding a charge a new replacement battery would be the way to go.

you can ushally buy the chargers off ebay for a buck plus shipping costs.

if this is not what you where refering to please clarify a bit for me so I can help you as best I can.

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