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Old 01-06-2023, 12:01 PM   #1
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Default Nintendo DSi (twl-cpu-10) PCB component identify help

Hi, Iím looking to identify the 2 pin battery power connector on the main board of a Nintendo DSi, board twl-cpu-10. Iíve attached a pic of the connector and of the board showing the broken piece Iím looking to identify and order.

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Old 01-06-2023, 07:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: Nintendo DSi (twl-cpu-10) PCB component identify help

Also looking for p10 connector as well. Any chance someone knows where I can get the part number or a way to confirm if the ones on aliexpress/ebay is the correct one?

I would rather order a few than order one overpriced one.

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Old 01-13-2023, 07:21 AM   #3
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Default Re: Nintendo DSi (twl-cpu-10) PCB component identify help

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Hi, Iím looking to identify the 2 pin battery power connector on the main board of a Nintendo DSi, board twl-cpu-10. Iíve attached a pic of the connector and of the board showing the broken piece Iím looking to identify and order.

Thanks!
Without measurements of it's physical size, pitch, etc, this is very similar to what you're looking for, but you'd need to take measurements of the connector and compare to the specs/datasheet of this replacement: https://www.digikey.com/en/products/...ource=octopart

Other than that, you might just have to buy a broken motherboard on aliexpress/ebay and steal the component off of that board. Preheat the board and then use a lower temp hot air to remove the component without melting it. You may even wish to mix in some low melt solder to the soldering points so it comes off easier without melting the plastic.
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Old 01-22-2023, 03:38 PM   #4
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Default Re: Nintendo DSi (twl-cpu-10) PCB component identify help

If the device works with the connector that is there now but just dose not stay in place you could always hot glue it into place if you can not find one but it looks like the type that is used for cooling fans
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