Hacking New 3DS: won't start, blue light, TurdPooCharger method didn`t help

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Hey, guys!

I desperately need your advice.

I use New 3DS, it's on Luma 10.0.1. Now my console won't start. Blue light flickers when I push power button, and then nothing happens. I've tried boot it with or without sdcard, with or without cartridge, tried to access menu by holding buttons, tried TurdPooCharger method where I format my sdcard, then check, copy those two files and still nothing.

I'm starting to thinking that this is hardware problem, because it starts after I reassemble 3DS:
1. I made a bit of surgery on 3DS
2. After that I put almost everething in place
3. Start 3DS without sdcard slot to see if everything is working
4. 3DS boots like always
5. I've noticed that home button isn't working
6. So I've googled a bit. It seems that problem was in zif connectors, which you're not supposed to pry open
while dissassembling console
7. But I pried them a little, like guy from youtube did, lol
8. I've started to move slave of home button to make it work
9. I've boot console 4-5 times, trying different configuration of slave positioning (everytime without sdcard slot)
10. The last time I turned console off by plugging out the battery
11. And next time 3DS greeted me with blue light
12. I've tripple checked everything. Motherboard was fine
13. I've googled my problem, find TurdPooCharger method, tried it with no luck

What do you think? Maybe I'm missing something?

Thank you in advance!
 

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You'll have to point out which method you've tried because there are many of them that I've posted.

Also, the 3DS systems do not work if certain components or cables are disconnected.
 
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You'll have to point out which method you've tried because there are many of them that I've posted.

Also, the 3DS systems do not work if certain components or cables are disconnected.

Wow, thank you for the answer!

I've tried this method: CFW: I formatted my 2ds's sd card and now it wont turn on [post #17]
I saw that it's common and you tell people to follow every step of it.

And also, I'll check all connections inside again. Maybe that's the case.
 
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Welp, for me it was hardware problem after all. It seems that I managed to breake on of the little thingies that hold slaves. And it was on the back of the motherboard, so it wasn't observable from the upfront. Manage to fix it somehow with piece of thin plastic. What a mess :wacko:
 

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