So, I was messing around with a DSi I recently got back from a relative that I lent it to for four years, and everything was working fine on it. I decided to look at the motherboard, to see how small the pins are for retrieving a NAND backup (so small), and I accidentally dropped it. With the bottom case off. Bottom down. So, I thought, "hey, this thing has survived plenty of drops before, maybe it'll still work?" Nope! I reassembled it completely, and it did not boot at all (not a single LED shone). I thought that maybe the battery was dead (unlikely, I fully charged it about an hour earlier) and plugged it in. I got the blinking orange light, the one it shows when it's charging but can't detect the battery. It still wouldn't boot up, even when plugged in. I think a ZIF cable or something might be loose, but I wanted to check here before I drop it again. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Oh, right, the specifications are a blue DSi non-XL. I don't know if it's a rev. 1 or a rev. 2 (I think those are things). I have my Console ID from before I broke it, if that's needed. Sorry if this is in the wrong place.