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I accidently dropped my ds in the toilet and now it wont turn on,but it has a yellowish color where the power button is.it wont turn off

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See when you dropped it in the toilet it shorted out it caused the ds wires to get water in them.You have to call nintendo.if they cant fix it they will end you a new one!

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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