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1. Posted: Wed 4th Jul 2012 00:58 BST
Ok, the other day when I was having a drink, I was being all careless and drinking some water while playing on my 3DS. And I spilled some water in the speakers. And now it sounds weird. Is it gonna stay permanetly or just temporary? Do I have to send it to Nintendo?
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2. Posted: Wed 4th Jul 2012 01:03 BST
Should've put it in rice. That usually helps.
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3. Posted: Wed 4th Jul 2012 01:05 BST
Probably should send it over to Nintendo if the warranty still stands.
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4. Posted: Wed 4th Jul 2012 01:05 BST
Send it to Nintendo in about 1 week if it doesn't wear off.
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5. Posted: Wed 4th Jul 2012 01:09 BST
Also, it'd be best to not mention the whole water problem to them.
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6. Posted: Wed 4th Jul 2012 01:16 BST
Nintendo usually has fairly decent customer service, for what it's worth.
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7. Posted: Fri 6th Jul 2012 00:53 BST
Try rice, and if it doesn't work, send it in.
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8. Posted: Fri 6th Jul 2012 01:01 BST
Get a PSVita, problem solve
Edited on Fri 6th July, 2012 @ 01:01 by LordJumpMad
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9. Posted: Fri 6th Jul 2012 01:14 BST
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10. Posted: Fri 6th Jul 2012 04:54 BST
It could be either or permanently damaged or temporarily damaged. You should have immediately attempted to dry it out with a product such as rice, and then called Nintendo to check with them to see if your Nintendo 3DS is still under warranty.