1. JimPlayz912

    OP JimPlayz912 Screw hater
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    Before you complain, I know, I have another similar thread about this, but I need to know!
    I once dropped my 2DS and the volume slider falls down whenever I move it! (Except when I move the slider all the way to the top, then it stays still)
    Is there a way to fix it without opening the console? (bc me and the screwdriver were never good friends... I also messed up my PS2 by opening it and then the power button went "flying". The second time I did this, the INNER power button got off! It's dramatic seeing me opening devices!)

    Anyway, thanks!
     
  2. Valkyy

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    you could possibly try putting something in the area between the bottom of the volume space and the volume slider. For a permanent fix though, I would think you would have to open up the 2ds.
     
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    Take your pick.

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  4. JimPlayz912

    OP JimPlayz912 Screw hater
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    I'll just give up with the 2DS.
    I'll just focus on the R button problem on the 3DS!
    As you know, I have the original 3DS.
    I heard that the circle pad pro is compatible with it!
    Luckily for me, they duplicated the R button!
    So I have a question... If I insert the cirlepad pro into my 3DS and launch ANY game, will at least the R button on the circle pad pro work?
     
  5. TurdPooCharger

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    I thought of a slightly better way than either tape or binder clip in fixing your volume switch.

    Take a thin rubber band and cut a piece that slightly longer than the slider. Tape the rubber line along the slider. This should keep the piece in place yet allow you to slide the switch with ease.

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    As for substituting the Circle Pad Pro in place of the broken R button, no that won't work outside of the few Circle Pad Pro compatible 3DS games.
     
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  6. JimPlayz912

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