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Hi, its just something in the new board when that comes up you have to turn it off and on and if that don't work switch it to manual and face it out a window into the light it seems the board takes a while to get “set in” I had the same problem and it lasted about a week and now it works fine.
No guide for the D3200 or D3400 and not sure how the D3400 is assembled I used this tutorial for the D3200 to disassemble my D3200 and as I ran into problems not mentioned here I added them to the tutorial as I found them.
The DC board should be built into the mother board on the D3200 unless yours is a different or older model. after you remove the mother board it would be located under that on a smaller green circuit board with a fairly large capacitor on it you can discharge the capacitor by touching across the two contacts with a screwdriver or wire.
You can get the motherboard on E-bay.com for $49.00-$68.00
on this camera you also have to take the cover off the +- button by prying up under it as its glued on and there is a 4 th screw under that which has to also come off before the back can be removed
I don't think its wise to install a battery when your going to be removing the control board as this could cause a short circuit and the board and or the battery could burn up, you should remove the battery prior to working on the internal parts of the camra
There are two metal interference plates over the board that have to be un soldered and re soldered to the new board as well as 4 wires on the top left of the board that have to be un soldered and re soldered to the new board