Hardware MY 3DS can't power on anymore

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At first my 3DS XL keep showing BSOD code 00000400 00000000
around 3-5 times then its can't open anymore even i charge it (the orange light still show when charge but disappear after 5-10 second)
 

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At first my 3DS XL keep showing BSOD code 00000400 00000000
around 3-5 times then its can't open anymore even i charge it (the orange light still show when charge but disappear after 5-10 second)

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Is this the screen that you get? If so, you somehow managed to brick
 

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that probably means "NAND not found", so your system might have a hardware issue. you might want to send this to Nintendo ASAP.
Sorry can't do that, maybe i'll gonna try to find some repair shop in my country.
Because there no nintendo shop here :cry::cry:

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i though maybe something wrong in my 3DS mainboard feel likes it can't be power on.
 

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This a serious hardware error. It can't be fixed by taking out battery or other stupid things ...

A real fix is reballing the nand chip and/or check if the mainboard has a proper connection to it and has no cracks.

Temporary solution can be a reflow if the solder below the nand chip lose connection.

I would suggest to buy a new unit/mainboard.
 

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This a serious hardware error. It can't be fixed by taking out battery or other stupid things ...

A real fix is reballing the nand chip and/or check if the mainboard has a proper connection to it and has no cracks.

Temporary solution can be a reflow if the solder below the nand chip lose connection.

I would suggest to buy a new unit/mainboard.

Removing the battery is not a stupid idea. Reason i suggested it was so it would discharge the system. Basic electronics 101.
 
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