I have a Nintendo ds lite, suddonly while i was playin it on charge
(yes thats right i was playin it while it was on charge, so theres no
way it can be flat) it turned off.......so ooo i tried to turn the ds
on again, it went on for about a second then turned off again.
last from all these times from turning it on it stayed on !!! I tried
to turn the nds off again but it wouldnt turn off, i tried a million
times to turn it off but it just wouldnt turn off. I took the batery
out and put it back in which restarted the system, i turned the nds on
again, it Worked, i thought it was fixed !!! UNTIL i tried to turn it
off again, it still wont turn off !!!!!
so i decided to play my r4ds, ( will the r4ds have anything to do with it???) while
i was playing Worms: Open Warfare 2 the nds turned off again....WTF??
And now evry now and get it turns off automatically while playing a
game, But i still CAN'T Turn it off by the power Switch!!!!
PLEASE HELP ME Email me Cornjo@hotmail.com or just post it reply on FIXYA
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i had same problem ( bought a faulty nds off ebay and would charge but nothing when powering up, not even a blink of green light) problem is a component called a L2 its an inductor 33uH in case SMD 1007. its situated dirrectly under the power switch but they are prone to fall off when nds is dropped ect. you need to resolder it on (very tricky). give your nds a shake to see if you can hear it rattelling about. be carefull when opening your nds not to lose the part (its very small, about 4mm long 2mm wide) GOOD LUCK
There maybe something wrong with the jack inside your Nintendo DS, you can easily get them repaired at a few shops, just tell them that the On/Off switch doesn't turn the DS on and they'll fix it for you, shouldn't cost an awful lot as they're just replacing something inside.
I hear about the ribbon cable not being inserted wel. Lots of people had it put in place, looking ok but no action from the ds. I suggest to reinsert the ribon cables, i heard its quite tricky with the ds...
I'm a certified electronic technician and I must say NDS internal screen ribbon connectors are junk! Basically The ribbon connectors are so sketchy that it is not recommended to ever unclip them, if you do there's a good chance it will ever work again once reconnected due to how the connector pins slightly crimp into the ribbon pads.
When a NDS boots up the the onboard firmware constantly tests the LCD screen connections, if there is a break in the connection the NDS will shut down. If your NDS randomly turns off, fails to boot, or powers of when you move the hinge it is most likely the ribbon (flex film) or ribbon connector has failed. The only option to to replace the affected LCD screen.