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21. Posted: Wed 14th Aug 2013 15:14 BST
I don't think you need to get it "repaired" to a gadget repair store. You can easily open the battery hatch on the back of your 3DS and buy a new battery as @Erica_Hartmann said it only costs $15. Try that first and if still doesn't work then it's time to get your 3DS/XL repaired.
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22. Posted: Wed 14th Aug 2013 16:39 BST
I heard if you tinker with it, Nintendo won't look at it, also is it like a phone battery where it pops straight out, or do I have to mess with the interior?
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23. Posted: Wed 14th Aug 2013 16:42 BST
I think the battery is the exception. They wouldn't sell them separately if they would void your warranty.
Also, what you mean to say is that if you tinker with it, it will void your warranty.
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24. Posted: Wed 14th Aug 2013 16:51 BST
Maybe I am getting confused with that then... so no matter what you do to the 3DS, they will still repair it for you (if it can be repaired) if it is out of warranty?
25. Posted: Wed 14th Aug 2013 18:25 BST
that's pretty much it, but since it's out of warranty it won't be free.
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