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This guide shows how to access the Nintendo 2DS screen for repair and cleaning purposes.

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  1. Remove the two Phillips screws securing the upper rear panel.
    • Remove the two Phillips screws securing the upper rear panel.

    • The screws will not completely detach from the back panel.

  2. Hinge the upper rear panel upwards and outwards to remove it. Hinge the upper rear panel upwards and outwards to remove it.
    • Hinge the upper rear panel upwards and outwards to remove it.

  3. Remove the battery from its housing by lifting it up from the side closest to the outside edge. Remove the battery from its housing by lifting it up from the side closest to the outside edge. Remove the battery from its housing by lifting it up from the side closest to the outside edge.
    • Remove the battery from its housing by lifting it up from the side closest to the outside edge.

  4. Remove the ten Phillips screws attaching the rear panel.
    • Remove the ten Phillips screws attaching the rear panel.

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  6. The rear panel is attached to the motherboard by a ribbon cable, so be careful not to lift the rear panel too far from the device.
    • The rear panel is attached to the motherboard by a ribbon cable, so be careful not to lift the rear panel too far from the device.

    • Carefully pull the rear panel straight up from the device.

  7. Carefully flip the back panel over to locate the attached ribbon cable.
    • Carefully flip the back panel over to locate the attached ribbon cable.

    • Remove the two Phillips screws attaching the ribbon cable to the rear panel.

    • Take the opportunity to remove the Left and Right triggers, they have hinges that may break and springs that may jump away.

  8. Hold the side panels of the device's case with your fingers and pull outward to remove them. The panels should come off easily with little force required.
    • Hold the side panels of the device's case with your fingers and pull outward to remove them.

    • The panels should come off easily with little force required.

  9. Remove the 12 brass-colored Phillips screws securing the main board.
    • Remove the 12 brass-colored Phillips screws securing the main board.

    • Be very careful not to strip any of these screws. Stripping can occur very easily, and may make replacement of the motherboard impossible.

  10. The top panel can only be removed when the mother board is not secured. There are two additional screws located on the top rail. Remove these to fully remove the buttons and top rail. There are two screws holding down the joystick base that must be removed. (Be careful of the ribbon cable—it stays connected!)
    • The top panel can only be removed when the mother board is not secured.

    • There are two additional screws located on the top rail. Remove these to fully remove the buttons and top rail.

    • There are two screws holding down the joystick base that must be removed. (Be careful of the ribbon cable—it stays connected!)

    • Hold the top panel with your fingers and pull away from the device to remove it.

    • The top panel should come off easily, with very little force applied.

  11. Detach the 2 ribbon cables by lifting the black flip connectors that hold them. Lift out the rectangular board seated in the face and lift out the white square which is the joystick motor (takes a little effort). Both stay attached to the motherboard.
    • Detach the 2 ribbon cables by lifting the black flip connectors that hold them.

    • Lift out the rectangular board seated in the face and lift out the white square which is the joystick motor (takes a little effort). Both stay attached to the motherboard.

    • On some models, you'll need to remove three more tiny ribbon cables at the bottom of the screen. They are secured by flip up connectors. BE GENTLE!

    • Holding the motherboard on either side, lift to remove it.

  12. Ensure that the ribbon cables connecting the screen to the motherboard have been disconnected before removing the screen from the front panel casing.
    • Ensure that the ribbon cables connecting the screen to the motherboard have been disconnected before removing the screen from the front panel casing.

    • Grasp the screen firmly by a corner and lift it off of the front panel of the Nintendo 2DS. There should be slight resistance due to the double side adhesive strip on the screen

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Camera ribbon cable is very brittle, be careful.

Logan Pena - Antwoord

Thank you so much, Fina! You have done a fantastic job explaining each step incredibly well! I very much appreciate all of your efforts into skillfully describing the process of disassembling the 2DS. I was able to understand your instructions and thus was able to make a lucky kiddo super happy! Thanks again!

-Skye

Skye Leah - Antwoord

P.S. To those out there who don't have a super, ridiculously tiny (#000 screwdriver or 1.587 mm Phillips head) and don't want to have to purchase one just to complete this already daunting task, I found that using a screwdriver from a glasses repair kit worked PERFECTLY! :)

Skye Leah - Antwoord

what about a new screen?

Lord Hohenheim (Sans) - Antwoord

Once you've removed your screen, what are you supposed to do with it to clean and/or repair?

Danielle Chester - Antwoord

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