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Ds Lite Will not charge for longer than 5-10 seconds

I recently bought a new ds battery and i recharged the brand new battery but the ds will still not turn on and or charge for more than 5-20 seconds and it is really bothersome...

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It might be a defective battery. Try putting the new battery in a DS lite that you know works. If the other DS works with its own battery, but doesn't with with your battery, then your battery is most likely defective.

Or you could take the battery out of a good DS that turns on and can do everything, and put it in your DS. If your DS still doesn't work, even with the other DS's battery, then your DS might be broken.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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