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6ch6ris6

as you know the original 3DS models had a little problem. the bumpers nintendo had implemented weren't big enough and so the topscreen had contact with the edge of the bottom screen which led to "scratches".
a while ago i made myself some bumpers which are big enough. i used those things people put under furniture so the floor doesnt scratch from moving furniture. it works great. the little "scratch" i had on the right of my topscreen is gone. so it wasn't really a scratch.

this is how my bumpers look. one on each side of the topscreen.
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i think it looks kinda good for some selfmade bumpers. right? RIGHT?!
(yes those are some yummy chips i will eat later haha)

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Explain these chips in further detail.

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Warruz wrote:

Explain these chips in further detail.

they are riffled and have paprika taste

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SomeBitTripFan

@Gioku: I do the same, but have seen the markings still appear where the Circle Pad rubs and in the two areas that would normally be scratched. Does the same happen to you?

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I put duct tape in the upper corners of my screen, which works really well, but I may need to think of getting something that looks better.

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@mystman12: I almost completely broke my DS hinge, duct tape fixed it. Wear your duct tape repairs proudly.

@Gioku: I'm insanely paranoid about keeping my stuff in top condition. It's good to know my method is safe.

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Gioku

@SomeBitTripFan: Since there's nothing 'sharp' hitting the screen, it's virtually impossible for it to get scratched with the cloth in there. The amount of pressure required to do so would probably do some major damage to the system! So I think we're safe.

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6ch6ris6

Gioku wrote:

Nice idea! I just leave a folded terrycloth in there, and that has taken care of the problem; plus I always have a way to clean off the screens with me. So it's a win-win!

i did that too in the beginning but i wanted a solution where i didnt have to put something between the screens everytime i close the system

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Well, I just realized my top screen has some scratches on it, (hardly noticeable with the screen on) and my warranty expired in October. MOAR DUCT TAPE!!!

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