Hardware Old 3DS Battery Cover and Battery Problem

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Try using a small flat head screwdriver
Put it in the screw and hit it with a hammer a few times until you can rotate the screw but I wouldn't do that if the broken screw is above the battery
 

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Try using a small flat head screwdriver
Put it in the screw and hit it with a hammer a few times until you can rotate the screw but I wouldn't do that if the broken screw is above the battery

Correct, the damaged screw is the second screw of the battery cover near the battery.
 

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Then you can try the other methods for removing stripped screws but they never worked for me or do this anyway but I'm not sure if it's safe
 

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Then you can try the other methods for removing stripped screws but they never worked for me or do this anyway but I'm not sure if it's safe
 

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You might be able to get away with using the next size up phillips head screw driver (PH0). Apply a decent amount of pressure onto the screw as you turn. I've done this on multiple projects in the past. Works most of the time.
 

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You might be able to get away with using the next size up phillips head screw driver (PH0). Apply a decent amount of pressure onto the screw as you turn. I've done this on multiple projects in the past. Works most of the time.

Thanks, This Working perfect.

PD: In Venezuela we call that screwdriver colloquially as a glasses screwdriver.
 
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