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Nintendo 3DS Right Shoulder Button Replacement

  • Unscrew the four Phillips #00 screws along the top of the back cover.
    • Unscrew the four Phillips #00 screws along the top of the back cover.

    • The screws are held in place by locking washers, and will not come out of the back cover.

    • The comments section is full of unlucky souls who will tell you that the screws here through step 4 will strip incredibly easily. Press down fairly hard, and go slow.

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  • Hold the device in one hand and turn it over.Grab the top edge of the back cover with your opposite hand so that the cover does not fall back into place.
    • Hold the device in one hand and turn it over.

    • Grab the top edge of the back cover with your opposite hand so that the cover does not fall back into place.

    • Flip the 3DS over again so that the back cover is facing up.

    • Pull the back cover up and away from the rest of the device to remove it.

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  • Insert a plastic opening tool into the notch in the lower case above the battery.Pry the battery up with the plastic opening tool.Grab the top edge of the battery and lift it out of the lower case.
    • Insert a plastic opening tool into the notch in the lower case above the battery.

    • Pry the battery up with the plastic opening tool.

    • Grab the top edge of the battery and lift it out of the lower case.

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  • Remove the nine 6.3 mm black Phillips screws from the lower case.
    • Remove the nine 6.3 mm black Phillips screws from the lower case.

    • These screws will strip very easily unless you use the correct size bit. Apply pressure to the screws while turning to avoid stripping them.

    • Remove the 2.4 mm silver Phillips screw above the game cartridge slot.

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  • Lift the bottom edge of the lower case off the rest of the 3DS.There are still two ribbon cables connecting the mother board to the case, so be sure not to pull the lower case all the way off.Use a plastic opening tool to pry the shoulder button ribbon cables off their sockets on the motherboard.
    • Lift the bottom edge of the lower case off the rest of the 3DS.

    • There are still two ribbon cables connecting the mother board to the case, so be sure not to pull the lower case all the way off.

    • Use a plastic opening tool to pry the shoulder button ribbon cables off their sockets on the motherboard.

    • Remove the lower case from the device.

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  • Remove the 3.6 mm Phillips screw from the right shoulder button cover.
    • Remove the 3.6 mm Phillips screw from the right shoulder button cover.

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  • Insert a plastic opening tool under the left side of the right shoulder button cover.Pry the black plastic cover up from the lower case.Grab the cover and lift it off of the lower case.
    • Insert a plastic opening tool under the left side of the right shoulder button cover.

    • Pry the black plastic cover up from the lower case.

    • Grab the cover and lift it off of the lower case.

    • If the shoulder button contact and ribbon cable come off with the cover, be sure to reinstall them in the correct orientation.

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    R button

    The R button on a Nintendo 64 controller, GameCube controller, Classic Controller, Classic Controller Pro, 3DS, and Wii U, respectively.

    The R button refers to the right shoulder button on the Wii U GamePad, the Nintendo 64, GameCube, Classic, and Wii U ProControllers, and on the Nintendo 3DS itself. Its purpose in Super Smash Bros. is to grab opponents. It is used in Melee and Brawl for defense techniques, such as shielding, rolling, air dodging in midair, and sidestep dodging, which is shared with the L button, while in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, it is used for shielding. In Ultimate, it also refers to one of the shoulder buttons of the Pro Controller or the double Joy-Cons (not to be confused with the SR button). By default, it has the same function as the L button, being used for grabbing and, while in the air, airdodging.

    When using a single Joy-Con in Ultimate, the R or L button (depending on which Joy-Con is used) is not set to any action by default. Instead, SR is used for shielding and SL for grabbing. In this configuration, the L, R, ZL, and ZR buttons cannot be set to grab.

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    • The Switch Pro Controller's R button.

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    Support Needed 2DS R Button stuck?

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    FirstSerpent
    The R button on my 2DS seems to be jammed. As in: it won't stop registering as being pressed even when I leave the DS alone. It's a pain as even when I'm looking for people on the PSS it suddenly starts going all the way to the right. As for Pokémon this isn't too much of a concern as I can just disable the buttons for the game, but this is still very annoying.
    I've tried to look for a solution online and all I get are solved issues with the R or L button NOT working, which is because of dust trapped between the spring or something. And that really doesn't seem like my case. (Yes, I've tried blowing into the shoulder button.)
    I can't exactly send it off to Nintendo because I dont exactly live in a place where that's convenient at all.
    If you guys could offer any help, that'd be great. :)
    Spinnerweb
    It's pressed in, right... Use a dry toothbrush to try to get it back out to its proper placement. Rub around the area where there's a separation between the console and R button. This is even official - it's for cleaning, but it might get the shoulder button unstuck too. Good luck, man \o
    FirstSerpent
    It's pressed in, right... Use a dry toothbrush to try to get it back out to its proper placement. Rub around the area where there's a separation between the console and R button. This is even official - it's for cleaning, but it might get the shoulder button unstuck too. Good luck, man \o
    The shoulder button on this is in Designed in a weird way. It's kind of closed off? I can't exactly get the brush to the spring where the actual button is? Help, brother. ; A ;
    I could try to unscrew the back and get to the button, but I don't think its that safe...?
    3dsatackman
    The way that i fix my 3ds R and L button is to flow in it. Make sure to swallow before you dont want moisture in there, but I found that this works much better than a toothbrush.
    Spinnerweb
    The shoulder button on this is in Designed in a weird way. It's kind of closed off? I can't exactly get the brush to the spring where the actual button is? Help, brother. ; A ;
    Hold on! ;_; This is a somewhat rougher method but needs must when the devil drives - try to use a thin something (a steel ruler?) to prise it out. Make sure you don't go too far. Good luck :panda:

    The way that i fix my 3ds R and L button is to flow in it. Make sure to swallow before you dont want moisture in there, but I found that this works much better than a toothbrush.
    I think otouto-kun already tried that and it didn't work D:
    FirstSerpent
    The way that i fix my 3ds R and L button is to flow in it. Make sure to swallow before you dont want moisture in there, but I found that this works much better than a toothbrush.
    I've already tried that, yes. And I was sure not to get anything other than air in there. :/
    Hold on! ;_; This is a somewhat rougher method but needs must when the devil drives - try to use a thin something (a steel ruler?) to prise it out. Make sure you don't go too far. Good luck :panda:


    I think otouto-kun already tried that and it didn't work D:
    My cousin used a flathead screwdriver to press it upwards a little bit to try and see if the button was out of place. (not too forcefully though.)
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    3dsatackman
    I think otouto-kun already tried that and it didn't work D:
    well it works for 3ds and 3dsxl but it may be different for 2DS because it is closed off more another way is to get a air duster and spray it in where the button is that will blow out all of the dust and stuff causing your button to stick. the is the same idea as blowing it out yourself but it is easier and no risk of moisture. but if you keep trying and it does not work at all then it could be bad contact and you might have to get it repaired.
    FirstSerpent
    well it works for 3ds and 3dsxl but it may be different for 2DS because it is closed off more another way is to get a air duster and spray it in where the button is that will blow out all of the dust and stuff causing your button to stick. the is the same idea as blowing it out yourself but it is easier and no risk of moisture. but if you keep trying and it does not work at all then it could be bad contact and you might have to get it repaired.
    I think the spring may be a bit out of place and pressing the button constantly. I may have to take it apart and push it into place myself but the screws are a bit tiny. (I can get a little screwdriver set though.)
    It'll still be hard to get to the button like that, not to mention risky so I want to try any and all other options first.
    My friend had trouble with his 2DS's shoulder button as well.
    Currently, you have 2 options:
    1. Get a can of compressed air, and stick the nozzle between the R-button gap. Then, generously spray some air at high speed to get rid of the dust. This is a better option than blowing air because it is concentrated, hence having more pressure, and also doesn't have any spit, which might lead to short-circuiting later on.
    2. This should ONLY be used as a last resort. Pry off the R-button itself, revealing the small contact pad underneath. It still will work, just won't be as comfortable.
    Good luck! :)
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    HOW TO FIX NINTENDO 3DS TRIGGER SHOULDER R/L BUTTONS! SIMPLE AND EASY!
    Blow into the gaps between the buttons and the consoles, hard. Usually it's a film of dust blocking the input.

    Don't forget about your self-care~!

    Vyers posted...
    Here's how you temporarily fix your L and R buttons


    Fixed topic title.

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    no, i did this when mine broke, and it never ever broke again.
    seriously.

    you have to put your lips around the button tho haha... otherwise it doesnt work

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    3ds and 3ds xl L and R buttons are just as weak as DS's?

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    I swear the buttons are weaker....i tried this and nothing.

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    Vyers (Topic Creator)8 years ago#6
    Darkstorm16 posted...
    I swear the buttons are weaker....i tried this and nothing.


    Try what LonelyGoomba said and put your mouth on it; maybe you'll get better results

    Don't forget about your self-care~!

    Vyers posted...
    Darkstorm16 posted...
    I swear the buttons are weaker....i tried this and nothing.


    Try what LonelyGoomba said and put your mouth on it; maybe you'll get better results


    huh...normally i blow but it never worked but i went up close and its good as new

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    yeah mine stopped working a while back.
    I read about the blow thing and thought it was stupid. I tried blowing as hard as i could and it didnt work.

    then i read that your lips basically need to make a seal around it, like youre kissing it X3

    and it worked.

    pretty sure it only happens with the original 3ds

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    If all else fails, try using a can of compressed air.

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