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Nintendo ds Is there anyway to by pass the L2 inductor or not.

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No its not possible

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Can i fix the L2 fuse in my DS lite with just a conductor pen or do i need the l2 piece and have to solder it


Hi, sorry I missed your comment on my previous answer, you need to actually replace the L2 inductor, simply bridging the solder joints will not work :(

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Hello, sorry for the long time you waited for an answer but i just came across it but i too have been battling with this problem for two years now, i too have two ds's lite that charge correctly and if the power switch its trurned on the power indicator turns on and stays on as long as the battery lasts but there's no boot of the system whatsoever, i also checked both fuses and the L2 inductor and they are fine, since i think its a power problem or better a power inductor problem i concentraded over the tho power inductors next to the headphones connector also called L5 and L6.
I have applied pressure over them and even with the console closed voilá, it turned on the screens and passed to the suspension mode. Opened it up and securely holded the battery in place with one hand and flexed a bit the board on the inductors conner while turning the switch on and it booted fine and entered the settings screens fine, so my best shot is that one or both L5 and L6 are faulty, perhaps cold solder joints, but my advise would be to swap them with new inductors, im still searching for them so i'd appreciate if someone finds them cheap, ebay perhaps? tomorrow i'll try to resolder the inductors to see if I'm in luck.
This is a tip for those who have a ds lite with the following simptoms: charges fine, the green led light turns on and stays on, both displays stay blank/black, there's no startup/boot sound, the screens are fine, both fuses are fine and the l2 is also fine.
There are the rare occasions that the ds might boot once in a while, mostly when the ds is flexed near the headphone connector corner, this only indicates that it has the same problem as mentioned above.
Good luck and good repairings!

Aug 10, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Orange power light comes on when you charge the ds but it will not switch on


This is due to the L2 inductor chip either being faulty or fallen off of the board. It is very common for these chips to come off the board if the ds is dropped. Below is an image showing the L2 inductor chip. There are lots of guides of how to take apart your DS. You could look one of these up and check the inductor chip is still present.

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Hope this helps

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The L2 bit has broken of my nintendo ds lite motherboard, i'm wondering if i glue it back on, will it still work?


possibly not... go to a technology place and ask for a repair. because glue might destroy the inside of your ds, making more damage

Oct 30, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Inductor L2 Broken of NDS Lite


0 Ohms. You can just bridge it with solder.

Jun 26, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Nintendo ds won't turn on


Many times, it is the L2 Inductor chip that has popped off on impact- that's usually what you hear rattling around inside the housing...and it requires a TriWing screwdriver to open it. I tried re-soldering the L2 inductor back on the mainboard inside with a Hakko ESD protective soldering station, and it worked for a few days and then died again. The fix was finally desoldering another SMD inductor chip off an old PIII Socket 370 motherboard (with ChipQuik removal solder and flux kit) of very close to the same size class, from next to the Clock Generator Chip- figured it would be close to the right value, since I had no way to measure the micro- or millihenries value, and the voltage was around the value that the DS Lite runs on. The fix worked, and is still working, charging, and going strong. Usually the symptoms of the L2 inductor popping off, or failing, is being able to charge, but not being able to power up.

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Nintendo Ds Inductor


I have soldered on myself. Try ebay for spares type in"L2 inductors for nintendo ds" it should direct you to an american seller.
Cost about £10.50 (english pounds) or $16 US dollars

Jan 12, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Ds Lite not power up L2 Inductor is not good not work.


For the L2 L4 inductor specification, I check the following website, on there have original L2,l4 inductor power and specification

http://www.logictoyz.com/nintendo-ds/nintendo-ds-lite-spare-parts/ds-lite-l2-inductor-power-replacement-.html

By the way,L2,L4 is not fuse,
It is Inductor power

May 30, 2008 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Ds Lite not power up.


No,it is not fuse, L2 l4 on ds lite motherboard are inductor,here is the specification:

http://www.wiisingonline.com/productsview.php?proid=3193&id=64&type=products

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