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1. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 19:52 BST
so the title says it all, here is my story:I was playing an intense game of flight control when i dropped my DSi in water, it was in for a split second. i did all the necessary steps(take battery out, and place both battery and device in rice). now that it has fully healed, soon after being turned on, the screen colors fade, and lines appear very heavily on both screens. After a while it all goes black and white, anything i can do before sending in for repair?
2. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 20:14 BST
lol, to fix it'd probably involve taking it apart and putting it back together again, so I'd just send it in. bummer, man -- how'd you wind up dropping it into water, anyway?
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3. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 20:18 BST
Nope. Most likely you've got water inside the LCD. Just send it in, it's probably a replacement job.
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4. Posted: Sun 5th Sep 2010 20:23 BST
well i will take a pic and edit the post so you see what i am talking about, and with the price drop, is it better off waiting for the price drop to see if the repair price will drop too?EDIT:
Uploaded with ImageShack.usThe colors on the screen are worse then the ones on the camera.
Edited on Sun 5th September, 2010 @ 20:39 by Saviour