I got my current DS Lite from the eBay user xinxin19977188. The first one I got was faulty (after a month or so, the inside of the upper screen mysteriously chipped itself), so I sent it back. To China, mind, so I was ~£13 out of pocket. Fair enough, I thought, since it's still cheaper than getting a new one in the UK (ridiculous prices, quite frankly). After a 3-4 week wait (it has to get all the way there, then all the way back), I got the replacement. Noticed after a week or so that the touchscreen was faulty (impossible to calibrate the lower-left corner). Sent it back, cost another ~£13. After 3-4 weeks, I got the next replacement. Yesterday. Nothing wrong with either of the screens... but it doesn't charge. Tested it with various chargers/batteries, and tested the battery in another DS, and it's clear that this console is at fault. I don't want to have to send it back again. I've already paid ~£70 for the console, and ~£25 for shipping it back. I shouldn't have to keep forking out, when it isn't my fault that it's faulty. To make things more frustrating, the listing has disappeared due to it being over 90 days old. Does anyone know what I should do in this situation? I just want to get what I've actually already paid for: a working Nintendo DS Lite.