Sailing_Day wrote:Well, first off, the "screen scratches" aren't scratches, they're smudges (There's no friction!). You can wipe them off very easily.
mbh911 wrote:Anyone else here on the boards come across any 3DS hardware issues? If so was it a 3DS launch hardware? Or several months later or recently? Did you have to pay for it? Free? Etc, etc.
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FighterKirby wrote:Just recently my R button has gone numb. Or, beginning to. I think it was because my friend and I were playing those L/R button-controlled 2-player minigames in WarioWare: Mega Microgame$ and it was pretty intense. Of course, that would put the blame on my friend. It's become awfully frustrating to undo in Colors! 3D and to skip ahead when dealing with StreetPasses.
I'm ignoring the problem for now, but if it worsens, or if the L button starts acting funky, I might have to send it to the Big N for repairs. I honestly have NEVER had to do that. I mean, I've had minor problems with some products but I never actually got around to sending in my Wii or 3DS, etc. I guess I just let things go too easily. Or, maybe I just don't like being away from my go-to consoles for gaming.
Anyway, I hope you can keep yourself busy while your system gets repaired. It'll all be worth it in the end.
Koopzilla wrote:I haven't had any problems with the L/R buttons on my 3DS, but on both my DS's the L button quit responding. I think it's from dirt particles or something getting down in there. You can actually fix it yourself. It sounds a little weird but you form a good seal around the button with your lips and blow into it as hard as you can, just make sure not to blow any spit down into it. I thought it sounded crazy, but it actually works. It might help to try blowing it out with a can of compressed air too.
Sailing_Day wrote:Well, first off, the "screen scratches" aren't scratches, they're smudges (There's no friction!).
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