Just been looking around the net and came across a solution that worked for me. The small securing clip for the small flexi fits UNDER the flexi, pushing it up onto the contacts. I had it the wrong side. Apparently most problems after screen replacement are caused by misalligned/unconnected flexis.
I have a NDS as well and know it can be tricky. If you e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I Might beable to fix your problem by asking some questions. try plugging it in to the charger and starting it.
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If the green light reacts as you state then the chances are the fuses are fine.
Again, with the reaction of the green light being as you stated i'm going to assume you have a problem with one of your screens, tell me... when the green light comes on does one of the screens flash? If it does then we have found the answer...
The screen that doesnt flash is the one with the problem, you can try taking the DS lite apart and re-connecting the screens ribon to see if that sorts it, if it doesnt then im afraid you will have to buy a new screen. These can befound on ebay for a reasonable price.
I have written some guides on how to change your screens and how to disassemble the DS lite, these will guide youthrough the processes you need to take. These can be found by clicking on my name and then scrolling down to "tips and tricks", press the "view all" to see all of them and find what you need.
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
this is almost the same thing that that happened to my lil brother ...what happened with his (which probably happened to yours) was that that ds,s have batteries and sometimes they just were-out no matter how old or young the ds is thats your problem you just need to et a new ds