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You may be having problems with the battery in the back of the DS or the connection that the lead goes into. When you plug the lead in, move it about at the connection holding the wire close to the console, if you find that the light comes on then goes off again when you let go or move it, it will be the connection on the actuall DS. The only other thing I can suggest to check the battery, is to remove the battery from your DS and try another one from a friends DS to see if it works with a different battery.
As complicated a console as the DS is, it is not surprising you have a problem after changing a case. Sometime the little snap on wires do not snap on right. You need to go back in and make sure the ribbons and snap on connectors are sucured. The ribbon and wire that runs from top half through the hinge needs to roll up one turn before in the transition from the top to bottom half. You may have the ribbon upside down in the connector.