1. ectoplasmer3

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    Okay, I was just playing Heartgold and went into a building when the screen turned black!! I don't think it was AP though. Because when I checked the power light of the DSi, it was gone, telling me the DSi is off.No, I didn't turn it off by accident.... Okay, the charger indicator is still on. So this happened to me a bunch of times before, but it turned on again. So I was like who gives a shit, and then..... [​IMG] OH SHIT IT'S NOT TURNING ON!!!!



    Yeah, I wake up in the morning and play DS....
     
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    Check your battery. Maybe it doesn't connect too well.
     
  3. Dark Blade

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    You internal fuse may have blown. It's known to happen with select flashcarts.
     
  4. ectoplasmer3

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    How do I know if that happened or not?
    I can't fix that can I?
    Sorry, is the internal fuse in the Acekard/flashcart or in the DSi?



    Wait, let me test it out with my...GENUINE RETAIL MARIO 64 DS cart!
     
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    what light comes on when you plug the charger in
     
  6. ectoplasmer3

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    The Yellow one in the middle. Or is it green? The one in the middle with the plug... that one. AKA charger indicator.

    Update:(not really) it's not turning on still.
     
  7. Dark Blade

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    The fuse is in your DSi. If this is the case, you have to buy a new fuse.....then somehow stuff it back in the DSi.
    I suggest buying another DSi altogether.
     
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    How does a flashcart make the internal fuse of a DSi blow? Can I just send it back because i have warranty?
     
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    i think i have blown my fuses on my ds lite while i changed the case lol. my ds just does one quick flash of an orange lite on the ds lite, so im goin to solder over the fuses its not really a good idea but i have a dsi if my ds lite is completly broken. and my dsi is on charge now it has the middle light on orange
     
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    It happens with N5, but that won't even work in a DSi, and as far as I know, there aren't any DSi flashcarts yet that will blow a fuse.
     
  11. ectoplasmer3

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    So what could possibly be happening?





    Hope has arrived...
     
  12. Dark Blade

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    Ectoplasmer3 - Imagine yourself sending your DSi to Nintendo.

    You - My DSi blew it's internal fuse! It's ALL your fault Nintendo!!! ([​IMG])
    Nintendo Guy - Tell me what happened.... ([​IMG])
    You - I was using a flashcart to play your games free when....
    Nintendo Guy - [​IMG] GET OUT OF HERE OR I'LL CALL THE COPS!
     
  13. ectoplasmer3

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    Lol, but how does the Flash cart make the fuse blow? Is it just the DSi's problem or the Acekard's?
     
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    You know, s/he could just lie and say s/he doesn't know what happened. S/He just attempted to turn it on and it didn't turn on.
     
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    They aren't fools you know.

    I think [​IMG]
     
  16. ectoplasmer3

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    Actually, they are. I did that with a DS screen problem, and I didn't send it cause the problem went away.



    Help! Its Still not turning on! I Disn't mean this screen problem, that was another time!!!!!!!!!!
     
  17. ectoplasmer3

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    [​IMG] YES, It turned on, but now it still turns off like that for a while...
     
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    so its working now is it?
     
  19. ectoplasmer3

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    No, it was still turning off sometimes but now it started again. Won't turn on again? ?
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    You should send your DSi before it happens again. It'll be better in the end

    Just say that it has been doing this for a while.
     
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