Nintendo DS Screws too tight

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Mar 26, 2011

Nintendo DS Screws too tight by TNTony at 6:57 PM (2,843 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. TNTony
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    I have been trying with my triwing screwdriver, but they just wont come off... the crossheads will but the triwing ones are staying put :/ any ideas?

    P.S. don't fancy buying a machine/kit to do it.
     
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    Maybe you need to un-screw counter-clockwise?
     
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    I am >_>
     
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    Have you already dis-assembled once?
     
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    I dis-assembled my new ds lite (bought 1 year ago) but not this one, this one is just being annoying.
     
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    Did you buy it used?
     
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    No it was new.
     
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    Then try Harder... Harder and harder... It will eventually unscrew if nobody tightened it...
     
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    I have been trying it keeps popping out then in >_> just going over the ridges.
     
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    Thats bad... Very bad... That could mean that its broken and the only way you can unscrew it is:
    -Don't push on it, just turn it...

    As shown on example:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Well see now we have an issue, I kept pushing and the lower casing split, then cracked and has now fallen away, some white thing has come off and it doesn't turn on anymore
    [​IMG]
     
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    I really don't want to say this but you're "screwed"
     
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    Oh har har, at least I still have my new ds [​IMG] no more trading pokemon by myself though >_>
     

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