It could be a dead battery so you could get a replacement part from nintendo or ebay.if you dropped it its probably screwed up. SP's are sorta old so try getting a used one on ebay or send it to nintendo for repair.
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I had the same problem. It was a solder connection in the charger socket. I tried to fix it but made it worse. I ended up having to switch the battery with a charged one from another GameBoy. That's how I was able to keep using it.
you either play them under direct (sun) light or attach some kind of external light like a worm light for a game boy color/advance, but the light isn't evenly distributed. i have a halo light for my gb advance--better than nothing. game boy advance sp has a front lit screen. GameStop sells game boy advance sp for $40. hope this helped some