Do replacement Game Boy Micro housings exist?

Discussion in 'GBA - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by FireEmblemGuy, Feb 17, 2012.

Feb 17, 2012
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    My friend has a very beaten-up GBM that he wants to get rid of, and I'd probably buy it if I could replace the case, but a quick search doesn't turn much of anything up. Anyone here ever come across one?
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    nope, time to buy another one.

    actually, just buy one off ebay, if it is in good condition and/or doesn't work would likely be your best place for a replacement housing. canabalized it for parts.
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    I agree. A new one is cheaper on eBay...I'd know cause I had to buy an expensive one just to get it shipped to my area over the ones that were so cheap and it was only within the states :(
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    Describe "very beaten-up"... is it scratched? Cracked? Obliterated beyond recognition?
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    Very scuffed-up with some deep scratches in places.
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    If it ain't broken, don't fix it. Get some displex, polish the screen, perhaps give it a paintjob and that's it, really. If there are no cracks, there's no need for a new case.

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