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New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement

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  1. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Back Cover Removal Preparation: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • Before starting the disassembly, remove

    • The stylus

    • Any game cartridge

    • The SD card

  2. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Back Cover Removal: paso 2, imagen 1 de 1
    • Unscrew the four 6mm tri-point screws located at the four corners of the bottom panel.

  3. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Case Separation: paso 3, imagen 1 de 2 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Case Separation: paso 3, imagen 2 de 2
    • Be careful when separating the bottom panel from the front casing to avoid breaking the three cables connected to the motherboard (two on each side and one in the rear).

    • Using a spudger, separate the back panel from the front casing by gently prying around the panel.

    • There are many clips along the hinge of the case, so it is recommended to work your way along one short side and the two long sides before finishing the last short side.

  4. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 4, imagen 1 de 3 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 4, imagen 2 de 3 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 4, imagen 3 de 3
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    • Using tweezers, disconnect the two cables that connect the rear buttons on either side to the motherboard by gently pulling them upwards.

  5. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Battery Removal: paso 5, imagen 1 de 2 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Battery Removal: paso 5, imagen 2 de 2
    • Using a spudger, lift out the battery.

    • Be aware that there is a sticky pad holding the battery into its tray. It may be necessary to use multiple tools to gently pry the battery away from the tray and motherboard.

  6. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Motherboard: paso 6, imagen 1 de 2 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement, Motherboard: paso 6, imagen 2 de 2
    Herramienta utilizada en este paso:
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    • There are 8 ribbon cables that need to be removed as shown in the picture.

    • 2 of connectors (in green) are friction fit, unlike the rest of the connectors. Remove the cable by pulling it out gently. Do not attempt to open or unlatch these connectors in any way. Doing so will break them.

    • For the remaining 6 (in red), use a pair of tweezers to flip the latches up and pull the ribbon cable out.

    • Note that the second picture shows a broken ribbon connector next to the joystick ribbon connector (to the right of the red arrow). Do not attempt to unlatch this connector as shown in the picture!

  7. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 7, imagen 1 de 2 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 7, imagen 2 de 2
    • Unplug the following wires from the motherboard using a pair of tweezers.

  8. New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 8, imagen 1 de 2 New Nintendo 2DS XL Motherboard Replacement: paso 8, imagen 2 de 2
    • Remove the seven 4.4 mm screws using a J00 Phillips screwdriver bit.

    • Remove the motherboard from the device.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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On step 6, what is the top left circled connector for?

The screen on the device I am repairing keeping going black and this connector is damaged. (it doesn’t clamp shut)

Can anyone recommend where to buy a replacement board connector?

Billy Holliday - Contestar

This doesn’t actually give ALL the tools you need. You can’t use a Tri point screwdriver on the CROSS screws that are in the pictures on the motherboard.

tomh1512 - Contestar

I know this might be a year too late, but the tri point is required for removing the back plate of the system. If you don't have a small philips head laying around your house, idk what to tell ya

Zach Cunningham -

Followed on a 2ds having bad input feedback, no major issue. screws on motherboard are cross so you need a small one (most diy nintendo kits have one) and a small clamp (like the one in pictures) is mandatory for the 7 small cables. there is something a bit tricky regarding volume button which is a bit hard to get back in place when you reassemble the console, take care of pushing the inner slider to the most far position for easier mounting.

Arnaud “Kilbane” Jamet - Contestar

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