NDS Lite will not charge

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Aug 22, 2008
  1. proconsoles
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    Newcomer proconsoles Newbie

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    Hello,

    I have a NDS Lite, which suddenly had problems with charging.

    When I plugged the charge adapter in the wall socket, 5.3 Volt was measured with my multimeter.
    When I plugged it in the NDS Lite, nothing happened, no lights went on, nor for a short time.

    When I turned the NDS Lite on, the red light was seen for 1 second, then turned off.
    It did not matter, if the charge cable was connected.

    What could be the problem ? Is it the battery, or could it be a fuse ?
    Where can I see a picture of the mobo, with all the fuses on ?

    Thanks in advance for answering.
     
  2. djDougs

    Newcomer djDougs Member

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    if your DS works (plays games) with charger plugged in, then it not the ACadaptor (and as u mension, its giving out 5v),
    so..must be the battery needs replaced, as can only charge 2000+ times.
     
  3. proconsoles
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    Newcomer proconsoles Newbie

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    When the charger is connected, I am not able to turn on the NDS Lite.
     
  4. Japhle

    Member Japhle GBAtemp Regular

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    When you turn on the DS without the charger inserted, I presume the Outcome is the same?

    But anyways I would recommend Making sure the outlet it is plugged into does not require a Lightswitch or check to make sure it's not the Outlet itself, but I doubt that is the problem, it's probably something to do with the Battery, the Port in which you place the chager dealio, or the main unit of the Charger.

    Please feel Free to disgard this post.
     

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