Question about Nintendo DS Lite
This is the sort of problem commonly associated with devices that have flip or slide up screens.
There is a very thin flat cable which goes from the motherboard to the screen. This cable is called the flex cable. It is responsible for carrying signals from the motherboard to the screen.
When the lights come on and the screen does not display, there could be very limited options that you have to check properly before we can conclude that you might need to see a repairer.
Some of the things you might want to check are
1. Make sure that the screen brightness is not reduced.
2. Make sure that the battery is well charged or even plugged in to charge.
If the above have been checked and it still does the same thing, it is most likely to be flex problem and might require a replacement. In this case, you have to see a technician and have him repair it for you.
It shouldn't be very expensive depending on your location.
Hope this was helpful?
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