Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone had run into an issue while attempting to hardmod a New 3DS XL where when putting it back together again, the unit acts as if the analog stick is being pushed diagonally for ~20sec before stopping that movement, but all the while not responding to touch? Vid below: I've been soldering and working on electronics projects for over 20 years, and even did a few successfully "old" 3ds and XL's, but this was the first "new" 3ds XL attempt. Following the thread of how to perform the hardmod on the one i had, even though what i had tried to mod was a XL version, the guide's photos were of the normal New 3DS where you had to remove the board to get access to the chip beneath. I followed the iFixit guide to take it apart, from here: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Nintendo+3DS+XL+2015+Motherboard+Replacement/41361 and got everything out without problem. However, putting it back together again was a little bit more complicated, and some of those ribbon cables bent and flexed a bit as i tried putting them back in with the tweezers, but eventually got them all in. After i got it all together and powered things up, i noticed right away that there was a diagonal movement, and initially thought it was the analog stick. I ruled that out after removing the analog stick's electronics. Then noticed that the touch wasn't working; i thought maybe the analog stick just needed calibration, but you cannot get to calibration without working touch. After 3 more times of taking things apart and putting them back together again, the ribbon cables that you must only push in and not lock are not handling the abuse very well, and nothing's changed from my first attempt - so i'm making a post to see if anyone's run into this before or if i'm just screwed and must buy a new one. It's hard to say what's wrong - if it's just the touch panel or if it's the motherboard, both of which can be bought reasonably from ebay, but that when added together end up being what you'd pay for a refurbished "old" 3DS XL at the store, which wouldn't require the motherboard to be taken out to hardmod. Anyone seen this before?