Help, theres a hole in my case

Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by TariqSoftDev, Aug 11, 2016.

  1. TariqSoftDev
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    Well my N3DS had a 6 pin JST Nand mod inbetween the Shoulder button and IR blaster, but now I have the problem of a huge hole in my case after removing it and replacing with a Micro JST 6 pin, elsewhere on my case, If anyone knows how to fill such holes please tell me and I'll be posting pictures soon

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    you could try a bit of epoxy clay/resing or just cover with these adesives skins?
     
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    Um, your talking to mr.stupid when it comes to those epoxy clays or whatever, explain abit more?
     
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    axtually it would be better to see the photos first, I forgot to say it before
     
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    lemme just take some pics now then

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    Done
     
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    it's broken here
     
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    But why move the connector?
     
  8. TariqSoftDev
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    TariqSoftDev ~Zexceil

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    could I make a cut out of
    It was touching those ribbon cables and caused pressure on the bottom screen, believe me it was messed up, decided to go for a smaller more discrete connector