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This I think would be more of an issue with handheld devices. The systems themselves like the PS3, PS4, etc. Would be running off AC (something you can use to power these portable systems too). Or save yourself some headache and invest in a portable battery power pack and run these portables off that so you don't have to swap batteries in and out.

I replaced the analog sticks in my Vita and had to disconnect the ribbon cable holding the two halves together. When I closed the system and turned it on nothing. I then opened it up again, disconnected and reconnected the battery and it worked fine then.








Yeah...the Vita isn't exactly the easiest beast to change a battery on. I have replaced the battery in my 3DS.

I may indeed look to pull the batteries out of my DS, and other 3DS models. I should probably pull the battery out of my WiiU gamepad too. I know I removed all the Double A batteries from my Wii remotes, etc. so they didn't leak.

I leave my battery in my camera as I use that fairly regularly. I suppose I should probably remove that too if I leave it sit for an extended period of time.

 

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I have had my 3DS since Aug. 2011. I started to notice a couple of months ago that whenever I put my 3DS on the table it would be off balance (only 3 of the corners touched the surface at the same time). I didn't think anything of it. I have also noticed recently that my 3DS's battery hasn't been lasting as long as it used to (I have it completely charged in the morning at 9:00 and without even using it all day it is dead at around 7:00 that night). Tonight though I really looked at why my 3DS is off balance and I noticed that the back of the battery cover (on the side with the "R" button) is bulging quite a bit.

I wanted to know how much of a hurry I should be in to get a new battery. If this one continues to bulge will it eventually pop and ruin my 3DS? Should I remove the battery now and order a new one in the mail and not use my 3DS until it arrives?

If this is the case does anyone have any good 3DS battery suggestions?

If this is not the case can someone explain to me what the case is?

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I would advise against using a malfunctioning battery. I have heard they can be dangerous.

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Spiffy247 posted...
I would advise against using a malfunctioning battery. I have heard they can be dangerous.

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So should I take it out. Or just leave it (and not use it) until I get a different one?

Any suggestions for a new one battery?

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pigwarts5ever posted...

Any suggestions for a new one battery?


store.nintendo.com.

Yes. Replace it immediately. While it could pop, it's much more likely that you wouldn't be able to get enough charge in it to use it for more than a couple of minutes at a time before it turns off.

pigwarts5ever posted...
So should I take it out. Or just leave it (and not use it) until I get a different one?

Any suggestions for a new one battery?


Remove it now. here is a link to a replacement section
https://store.nintendo.com/ng3/browse/subcategory.jsp?categoryId=cat10039

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My sister had the same problem recently. Find a replacement and change it.

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A bulged battery is a very serious problem. Stop using that battery right away.

A bulged battery means there is pressure building up inside the battery. You should also know that lithium battery is a fire hazardous goods. Letting the battery pop = terrible outcome.

Alright, I removed the battery and I am going to order a new one tommorow.

Anyone know what to do with the bulging battery? Common sense tells me not to just throw it away.

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It's barely noticeable, but you can hear how it pushes the plastic of the bottom screen just a little, and it's actually been like this for a while now. The charge still holds pretty well, it lasts around 4 hours; but given that it's a 5 year old battery and that they can be fairly dangerous I'm thinking of just changing it now.

The bad thing is that Nintendo doesn't ship them to my country. Some local shops sell 3ds batteries but I'm kinda worried they might be faulty if they're not directly from nintendo. How can I make sure they're original and not faulty or anything? Or maybe I should just keep my current battery?

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Generally, I'd think even a non-official battery is better than one that is swelling. Check around on the internet, you should be able to find a local shop with a decent reputation. FWIW, while an official battery is generally best, most third party ones are going to be fine as well. Again, look for a seller or shop with a good rep.

BTW, Nintendo probably doesn't ship to your country because they *can't*. Shipping batteries of this type that are not enclosed in a device is prohibited via most transportation methods.

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irulethegalaxy posted...
Generally, I'd think even a non-official battery is better than one that is swelling. Check around on the internet, you should be able to find a local shop with a decent reputation. FWIW, while an official battery is generally best, most third party ones are going to be fine as well. Again, look for a seller or shop with a good rep.

BTW, Nintendo probably doesn't ship to your country because they *can't*. Shipping batteries of this type that are not enclosed in a device is prohibited via most transportation methods.

This. As long as the specs for the battery are the same, it being third party shouldn't matter. Worst case, the battery is faulty and it swells. Seeing as that is the issue right now, you might as well

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TheOPMagikarp posted...
It's barely noticeable, but you can hear how it pushes the plastic of the bottom screen just a little, and it's actually been like this for a while now. The charge still holds pretty well, it lasts around 4 hours; but given that it's a 5 year old battery and that they can be fairly dangerous I'm thinking of just changing it now.

The bad thing is that Nintendo doesn't ship them to my country. Some local shops sell 3ds batteries but I'm kinda worried they might be faulty if they're not directly from nintendo. How can I make sure they're original and not faulty or anything? Or maybe I should just keep my current battery?
Battery swelling is actually pretty bad, so I hate to be "that guy" that causes you concern, but you really need to look for a replacement as soon as possible. Swelling in the battery means it is in danger of possibly and eventually exploding, or at the very least, permanently deforming the shell of your system. There are built in failsafes to prevent such accidents, but one can never be too careful.

Like some of the above people said, even a 3rd party battery at this point would be better than keeping that one you have now.

This one isn't even 3rd party.

https://www.amazon.com/Nintendo-3DS-XL-Battery-Replacement-SPR-003/dp/B01746DIA6

Does that not ship to your country?

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