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I have a scratch on the screen of my instinct. any suggestion on how to fix them?

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You can't really fix a scratch. Don't worry over the course of it's life it will get many more scratches. at first i had the same feeling for my chocolate. Then it got so many scratches, that i didn't really care. If you want, you can buy a case though

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  • Shake the water off and let the disc air-dry (do not dry it with a towel or cloth, and don't sun-dry it either).
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