Last night i charged my ds and didnt notice that my boardmate turn on the aircon and ofcourse the water drips on the aircon falls on the floor,,she didnt even cared if electric circuit my occur it the plugs get wet because she can see that im charging my ds..im so sleepy coz im tired from work and when i got up my ds is wet, thou i have a silicon case it didnt protect my ds much..i turned it on and i noticed the green light is red and thou i put on the charger both led indicator is red,then i tried loading my game and it work for a few minutes but it shutdown automatically and i have to change the setting again like i had to put my name and color,date,etc..then after doing it i cannot turn it on..then i tried charging it but it doesnt work and i cant switch it on..do you think i need to look for a repair shop or i have a chance on trying alternative way to fix it on my own,,i treasure it a lot coz they give it to me as a birthday present and i only had it last december..please i need help thanks...
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please do not use hot water.........only clean drain hole with copper wire with very small cloth on
end.sounds like you left door open? adjust feet to allow door to close itself..if left ajar.
fully defrost.clean drain hole.adjust feet. switch on ...
this freezer works best full....
Sounds as if unit is freezing over----typically a response to lack of proper ventilation-----check all filters and access panels to unit and clear or clean as needed-----if unit has a drip pan make sure unit has been positioned properly so as to catch excess......properly ventilating unit should resolve issue though