Einleitung

Was ist los? Ich kann dich nicht hören! Ich glaube du brauchst ein neues Mikrofon.

  1. Drehe die vier Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 am oberen Rand der Rückabdeckung heraus.
    • Drehe die vier Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 am oberen Rand der Rückabdeckung heraus.

    • Die Schrauben werden von Haltescheiben festgehalten und können nicht aus der Rückabdeckung herausfallen.

    • Bei den Kommentaren gibt es viele Unglückselige, die beschreiben, dass diese Schraubenköpfe unglaublich leicht beschädigt werden können. Drücke ziemlich fest drauf, wenn du sie aufschraubst und arbeite langsam.

    #00 screwdriver is too big... probably need a #000

    thomascroguennec - Antwort

    #00 will work - but you must press down firmly and sort of jerk the screw out a few degrees at a time. If you don't press firmly, the screws strip very easily. Using #000 will strip the screws more easily.

    Tai -

    I used a #0 without any issues and 0 stripped. I used the #0 for all screws internally and externally. The head was sharp and I applied adequate amounts of pressure when loosening the screw.

    Ben Kevan -

    The correct screwdriver should be a JIS, or you can get a screwdriver specific for the 3DS from other sites for less than $2

    Oscar - Antwort

    do you have to buy it

    deeznuts -

    Where would I buy a screwdriver specifically for the 3DS? Also would it work on the DS? I need to replace the battery for my DS.

    Caitlin L -

    I used Phillips #000 and it worked like a charm, i need to order a new SD board or do you guys think i should send it. What happened is that it got water damaged and everything works fine when i opened it everything looked fine no signs of water corrosion everything on the 3DS works exept it always give me a message saying the SD card is locked and i know for a fact it isnt locked i already tried using 3 different SD cards and none of them are lock protected and yes they are formatted as well. I need help

    Leo Torres - Antwort

    there's a switch on the SD card, switch it and it will be unlocked again. it happened to me once too.

    Bagel -

    david hodson you are incredible. literally all you need to do is heat the screen up and pry it off and you make them take apart the whole thing

    melody - Antwort

    You've done this?

    magykmaster -

    I have to ask the same question. If just the glass display is broken, and you're heating it up to remove the glass, is it really necessary to remove everything? Doesn't like like it is necessary

    Wade -

    I just did it your way and it went fine. didnt even have to remove the battery. This is incredible misstep on the authors part.

    patrick -

    only take out the screen for a motherboard removal? Are you using the wrong guide or was this guide used for two different repairs?

    Reed Deemer -

    I used a PH0x50, but it wasn't easy.

    John - Antwort

    This may be a dumb question but where do I buy the 3DS upper screen?

    John - Antwort

    eBay... Just do a search for the 3DS Upper screen. $9.49 & it comes with the tools.

    Gary Darnell -

    The LCD screen I ordered came with all the tools I needed except a pair of tweezers. All in all it was about $14.00 and a little bit of my time.

    Gary Darnell - Antwort

    Does anyone know where I can find the right bumper button for a 3ds? I can't find it on ebay must of damaged it playing smash bros.

    Steven Castro Parrilla - Antwort

    Really wish I had read the comments first... How about instead of the warning saying to press down hardly and go slow, you say to use the correct screwdriver size like others mentioned in the comments. I not only stripped multiple screws, even after putting a glove on for more pressure, I bent my screwdriver from pressing down so hard. Granted it's a cheap jeweler's kit screwdriver, but it still would've been nice to not have that problem and be informed of the right size in the first place.

    hockeymorgan35 - Antwort

    Got my tools one day after ordering, as I live a couple hours away from the supplier, Will post again when i try guide.

    nintendokakashi - Antwort

    I tried doing this with a #00 Philips but it just didn't turn

    Acrobatic Mars01 - Antwort

    Hello there, I need some assistance I have done a full housing replacement I have everything working except the 3d slider . The 3D option is always on can someone let me know which flex it is or what I am forgetting . Thanks guys !

    Noe Ibarra - Antwort

  2. Halte das Gerät in einer Hand und drehe es herum.
    • Halte das Gerät in einer Hand und drehe es herum.

    • Fasse den oberen Rand der Rückabdeckung mit der anderen Hand, so dass sie nicht wieder zurück fallen kann.

    • Drehe das Gerät wieder um, so dass die Rückabdeckung nach oben zeigt.

    • Ziehe die Rückabdeckung vom Gerät weg und entferne sie.

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    • Setze ein Plastiköffnungswerkzeug in die Vertiefung im unteren Gehäuse über dem Akku ein.

    • Heble den Akku mit dem Plastiköffnungswerkzeug hoch.

    • Fasse den Akku am oberen Rand an und hebe ihn aus dem unteren Gehäuse.

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  3. Frohes Fest, frohes Tüfteln
    Erhalte 12 € Rabatt auf deinen Einkauf ab 50 € mit dem Code FIXMAS12.
    Frohes Fest, frohes Tüfteln
    Erhalte 12 € Rabatt auf deinen Einkauf ab 50 € mit dem Code FIXMAS12.
    • Entferne die neun schwarzen 6,3 mm Kreuzschlitzschrauben vom Gehäuseunterteil.

    • Entferne die silberfarbene 2,4 mm Schraube über dem Einschub für die Cartridge.

    Had to give up at this point. Tried using the ifixit #00 phillips screwdriver to take out two screws and ended up stripping them.

    Demios - Antwort

    Stuck at the same spot, those screws are in there really tight.

    John Pasula - Antwort

    Ruined my screws because of incorrect head, thanks!

    3dsuser - Antwort

    I had so much trouble with these screws, I gave up. Unfortunately, I can't accept failure so tried again. I figured out if you turn it right before you loosen it worked. Maybe it was just me, but I turned it right then kept pressure as I turned to loosen. I was surprised I hadn't stripped any screws out.

    Nicole Bauer - Antwort

    Does anyone have any idea of how to remove these screws. I've pretty badly stripped the screws and I've gone to 20+ pages trying to figure this. I'm considering just prying the !@#$ thing.

    Vino - Antwort

    use a dremil and make it a flat head

    Ralph Prowant -

    ruined my screws here too...what the !@#$ nintendo?

    trying to survive a nuclear meltdown inside the !@#$ thing

    Hamza Jarkas - Antwort

    More like trying to subtly enforce planned obsolescence by not allowing you to make repairs to your device.

    Ullyssys -

    I used a #00 Philips 1/8" bit with no problem; however, the narrow diameter of the counter sunk hole can inhibit making secure contact with the screw head. You can be using the right bit (#00) but if the diameter of the bit shaft is too big you won't get proper contact.

    I found this to be an excellent guide. Thanks

    Dave W - Antwort

    If anyone can point me to a link to purchase the 9 screws, let me know. Contacted Nintendo and they said I'd have to send it in. Email me at xavierfflores@gmail.com

    Xavier Flores - Antwort

    Unscrewed the nine 6.3 mm screws using the J000 bit from the iFixit 54 bit driver kit without much effort & without stripping the screw heads. Just gotta really position the bit correctly on the screw to have a proper fitting & not strip the screw heads.

    STZ9 - Antwort

    The screws didn't strip but the philips screw driver did? @__@

    These are rough either way.

    John Zhou - Antwort

    I used a "Whia 273 - PH000x40" screwdriver and held it firmly pushing the palm of my hand on the yellow end of the screwdriver and rocked the screw slightly (counter clockwise and clockwise) until it started to move. Then, without letting up on the pressure I carefully backed it out. The screwdriver is excellent because it is hardened (unlike some cheapo's out there) and the very tip is blunt not sharp. If the tip is too sharp, the point will bottom out in the screw and the sides that do all the work, won't be able to fully contact the inside of the screw. This screwdriver fits so well that the screws actually stick to it once they are removed. If the screwdriver moves AT ALL when you initially try it in the screw, STOP and find a better one. Also, start with the screws in the center, somehow they seem a little easier until you get the feel for it.

    Paul -

    Push down hard and turn counter-clockwise, or push down and rotate 3DS counter-clockwise until screw is loose.

    Jonathan - Antwort

    Had the exact same problem, even tried the #000 screw driver too. Stripped the screws due to how tightly they are screwed in there and how easy they strip. I am now unsure what to do from here or if all I can do is give up.

    Sean Baldwin - Antwort

    I second the one who suggested the Whia 273 PH000x40 screwdriver. I had a terrible time unscrewing these screws, and almost stripped them using a cheaper #000 screwdriver. Also tried a 3/16" flathead and destroyed the screwdriver. I bought the Whia and glad I did. It fit perfectly and did not slip at all. DEFINITELY recommend purchasing this high-quality screwdriver. Cost about $10 but well worth it to avoid the hassle.

    pbrazis - Antwort

    The best way I found that works quite well, if you find a screwdriver or bit that is good enough: hold the screwdriver or bit with tons of pressure, and rotate the 3DS clockwise! It will come out in 5-6 rotations, you can do this step in about 10 minutes this way (put down a cloth first, don't scratch the front!)

    Gannon Trueman - Antwort

    I HAVE A WAY TO GET OUT THE STRIPED SCREW. Like you, I had screwed up and tried everything to get the screw out. Do NOT try the glue in that tiny hole, you will get the screw glued permanently in there. The rubber band doesn't work in that tight space either. As desperate as I was, I was trying anything from nail polish to cramming the screw driver in as hard as I possible could. Until I realized that I had a drill. Yes, with the smallest head, I drilled into the screw a little bit, messed with the part I was trying to get out, drilled a little more, messed around, and then finally on my last attempt, I had successfully drilled off the top of the screw rendering the part free. It doesn't matter which drill you use as long as you can fit the head into the hole. Then drill forward like you are trying to drill a hole through wood. Now the only problem is that the remainder of the screw will be stuck in its place. All you really have to do is get a set of pliers and twist that puppy out. And there you go!

    YuuChan - Antwort

    Most likely though, if you have all the other screws out and only have one striped screw, the part should just pop off and you wouldn't have to drill the entire head off the screw.

    YuuChan - Antwort

    Got a brand new #00 screw drive and it striped the first time used it. So now I'm using eyeglass repair kit screw driver and it lasts longer that the one I got of of eBay.

    Acrobatic Mars01 - Antwort

    And I tried all of those tactics that people have been giving and none of them are working.

    Acrobatic Mars01 - Antwort

    The wiha 273 PH #000×40 unsrews it easily! It has a magnet on it!

    Najee - Antwort

    I’m cant get these %#*@ screws out i want to die…

    FRØSTBIT3 - Antwort

    • Hebe die Unterkante des Gehäuseunterteils vom restlichen 3DS weg.

    • Die Hauptplatine ist immer noch mit zwei Flachbandkabeln mit dem Gehäuse verbunden, ziehe deswegen das untere Gehäuse nicht ganz heraus.

    • Löse die Flachbandkabel der Seitentasten mit einem Plastiköffnungswerkzeug aus ihren Anschlüssen auf der Hauptplatine.

    • Entferne das Gehäuseunterteil vom Gerät.

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    • Fasse das Flachbandkabel zum Mikrofon mit einer Pinzette in der Nähe des Mikrofons an.

    • Ziehe das Mikrofon gerade aus dem Gehäuseoberteil heraus.

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    • Klappe den Sicherungsbügel am ZIF Verbinder des Flachbandkabels zum Mikrofon mit dem Fingernagel oder dem flachen Ende des Spudgers hoch.

    • Achte darauf, dass du nur am scharnierartigen Sicherungsbügel, nicht am Sockel selbst hebelst.

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    • Hebe das Mikrofon und das daran befestigte Flachbandkabel von der Hauptplatine weg.

    • Wenn dein Ersatzmikrofon nicht mit einer Silikon Abdeckung geliefert wurde, dann musst du die Abdeckung vom alten auf das neue übertragen.

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Abschluss

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Can someone please tell me how to acquire a new microphone chip?

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