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Hi when turning on my daughters ds the green light lights up then switches off?? please HELP!! x

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    KEEPS SHUTING DOWN FOR NO REASON

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It's not likely to be battery, but fracture in ribbon cable to top screen causing this. Both screens must be connected or you get the symptom you've explained.

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Check batteries and see if have full charge.

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