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  1. Zohir2002
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    Hello all
    Yesterday i play some games on my nintedo 2ds and i plug it on charger and make it ib sleep mode
    I make it charge all night
    And today i switch sleeep mode but the screen wont turn on
    I tried to shutdown it and switch it on i see blue light but the screen didnt display and no sounds
    I plug it in charger and orange light work but the screen didbt display
    I tried to search my problem on internet some one tell me to make hard reset nothing still display didbt work and also i tried to remove battery nothing happend

    Please if there is someone know how to fix my problem tell me
     


  2. Eightcoins

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    I think this means that the 2ds is magenitcally overcharged.
    Happened to my 3ds once.
    The only way of demagnetising I know is dropping it,but I wouldnt suggest that.Thats how I solved my 3ds'es problem but it already wasnt the best anymore.
    I would say just let it rest for a bit.Could be that the Standby Switch is broken too.
    Forgot 2ds'es had that.
     
  3. konsolenumbau.expert

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    Have you taken out the batterie for a while?

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    Thank you for your reply this happend 2 years ago and today i found it but nothing happend
     
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    Hello sir
    I tried this by nothing
     
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    Hey up.

    No need to call me Sir mate

    Well if it was lying around for 2 years I would fetch another batt from a friend maybe and try this one

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    yes this is the problem
    i live in algeria (african country)
    and almost no one have 2ds or 3ds there
    Because i bought mine fro germeny
     
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    Try this. Turn it off and hold start+select+x+power for a few seconds. Does the blue light turn on?
     
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    That's not a bad idea, but maybe dropping the battery itself might be a little safer... :unsure:
     
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    like I said,only did it because it already was partially broken,I wouldnt use dropping it as solution if it still would be in pretty good condition.
     
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    Of course, i wouldn't recommend dropping it either. I'm just curious if dropping the battery would yield the same effect.:unsure:
     
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    ok you mean that i try to drop the battry few times
    ok i will try it and tell you
     
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    hold on there bucko! I have no idea if that will work. When ever i drop my OG PSP on the floor, it looses charge, I'm Guessing that this may work. Please do not do this if your skeptical. I'm skeptical. I'm just giving an idea...

    Plus batteries are replaceable... :unsure:
     
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    no sir this is not working
    when i opened the case and see the battry it look like swollen qnd i tried your solution but nothing happend
    did that mean the problem from battry
     
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    Try this. Turn it off and hold start+select+x+power for a few seconds. Does the blue light turn on?
     
  16. Eightcoins

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    Sounds like your battery leaked,you cant do more than hope that nothing else broke and replace it.
    But dont touch the battery with your bare hands,its filled with acid,when it leaks,said acid comes out.
    I think that happens when the battery overheats?
     
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    I think i will replace it but i this impossible to find this battry
     

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  18. Eightcoins

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    Looks a bit odd on the left edge,can you make a picture of only the left edge?
     
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  20. Eightcoins

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    Looks normal to me,maybe the battery just died