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1. Posted: Sun 20th Nov 2011 08:50 GMT
I haven't really threated my 3DS that good, but I wouldn't say it'd be bad enough to break the R-button.Basically, nothing happens when I press it, only rarely, one time out of like, hundred. Plus, the L-buttonalso does this, but only occasionally as far as I can see it. Playing Street Fighter feels uncomfy as I need to change the controlsto something weird, other games don't work at all, etc. I'd really like to get Mario Kart 7 and I really hope I'll be able to changethe controls there. Any suggestions?
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2. Posted: Sun 20th Nov 2011 09:21 GMT
Although it might not work, try blowing into the shoulder buttons. It worked with my Dsi's R button but that was because blowing into it apparently dislodged the dust that made it malfunction..
There's always the option of sending your 3DS to Nintendo as long as you have a warranty. Seeing that your problem isnt serious enough to warrant a 3DS replacement, I would recommend sending it to Nintendo. Hopefully your uncomfyness goes away soon, I wish you luck.
3. Posted: Tue 22nd Nov 2011 12:52 GMT
+1 to this. I had an issue with the L button. I was skeptical about blowing as a solution, but it worked perfectly.
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4. Posted: Fri 3rd Aug 2012 15:14 BST
The answer is very simply. You need to suck out the dust from under the button. Seems a little gross but it works everytime
5. Posted: Mon 20th Aug 2012 20:11 BST
Now my R button's not working.
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