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After taking out the battery on my DS and putting it back in, my volume has been messed up. It's always on the loudest decibal, and moving the volume control thing doesn't effect the volume anymore.
 

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Happened to me. Except I couldn't move the Volume thing. To fix this open your whole DS and you will see this little thing were the volume have to be in if you snapped it off then you can't do anything about it.
 

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