Nintendo DS Lite Circuit Board/SMD Identification HELP

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by VivicElectronics, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. VivicElectronics

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    I have a Nintendo DS lite with a component that is definitely cracked and or damaged.

    The part looks to be called EM10 and is located just below the charging port, which I'm guessing will explain why the ds will not charge. If i can get some help identifying this so I can replace it It would be very much appreciated

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  2. Tealc

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    Bit tricky without a picture.
     
  3. VivicElectronics

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  4. VivicElectronics

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    Just click the link
     
  5. BSomer

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    The device that you pointed to in your picture could be a capacitor or an inductor. It is kind of hard to tell for certain though. If you have a multimeter on hand, check to see if you have continuity through the device labeled "F1" which could be a fuse.
     
  6. jrm

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  7. Sparky49

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    Good find!
     
  8. VivicElectronics

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    Thank You so much for your assistance that is the part exactly! and thank you for your assistance as well bsomer, I did check that continuity and it is there. The EM10 had a crack in it and no continuity so that is my next thing to replace. Thank you so much again for the link jrm :)
     
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