1. deadrider1

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    My 3ds sound slider is broken, and the volume is constantly at max. I'm too lazy and too cheap to have it repaired, so I'm wondering if theres something i can do that will disable sound all together.
     
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    Open it up and move the slider?
     
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    Like i said the slider is broken. No matter what position its in the volume stays maxed.
     
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    There's an outside slider and a inside one. Sliding the inside one will change it.
     
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    Cover the speakers with something? That way, the sound should be muffled... I think.
     
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    You could get a pair of broken headphones and leave the jack inside.
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    After cutting the line.
     
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    ah, you meant take the back cover off, fair enough. If i something small enough for those screws id try
     
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    A Philips #00 screwdriver should work.
     
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    thanks
     
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    This is a much better solution, so when you want to play with sound take the broken headphones off...
     
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    To anyone who's wondering, I have everything fixed now. The sound slider works perfectly. When i opened it up the outside slider moved the inside slider just fine, and when I turned on the the 3ds(the the back open, and the guts still showing) everything worked fine. When i put everything back together though it stopped working again. I opened it multiple times and it kept doing the same thing. Eventually i went to open up the back again but kept the 3ds on the whole time as a test. When unscrewing the screw closest to the sound slider it just worked. For whatever reason, having that one screw to tight broke the sound slider, not sure why, but i just left that a little more lose and everything is fixed.
     
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