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Spots on top of red ds

There are bubble like spots all over the top of my red nintendo ds.
what is it? will it cause any future problems? will i be able to return it?

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  • the_ickle_me Nov 27, 2008

    it almost looks like someone has put a clear piece of sticky plastic over the top and not smoothed all the little tiny air bubbles out. they are 1mm in size or smaller.

  • John Andriessen May 11, 2010

    Are these bubbles in the red paint?

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Ok, you have a DS Lite with a bad housing. Normally these housings are perfect quality but I think this one slipped the end inspection.
It do not damage the working of your DS Lite but it is a visual issue. So if you are unhappy with it and the DS Lite is new, you can go to your reseller and let him see your issue.
If he will not help you, please contact Nintendo with this problem.

John

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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