Hardware O2DS not booting

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I have an old 2ds running sysnand cfw on the latest luma, and it won't boot up. I was playing super smash bros 3ds and flipped the sleep switch, and when I flipped the switch, the screen lit up, but it was black. So I powered it off and back on, and I still got the black screen. I tried it with all combinations of cartridge and sd card in/out and rebooting it, but nothing worked. So I restored the nand and it worked fine... until the exact same thing happened again. In the same game under the same circumstances. I am wondering if anyone here knows what this is, or how to fix it.
 

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One way to stop it from happening is too well not flip the switch when playing it lol. If you know it'll cause a break then just don't do it.
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Also, when extended memory games are put into sleep mode suddenly at a time when they are calculating too many processes at once, you get a black screen when you wake the system up. You need to just wait, don't just press the power button. Sometimes it will even take 2-3 mins for me, but putting it in sleep mode again once can help get it unstuck.
 

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