EZ Flash IV splitting Gameboy Micro?

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Jun 11, 2012
  1. ShadowFyre
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    Hey, I recently got a used Gameboy Micro and an EZ flash IV. Now everything's going great except...I feel like the EZ Flash IV with its slightly bigger thickness is slowly physically breaking my Micro. There's more tension when its in the slot and I still thin black line opening in my Micro everytime I put it in. Should I continue doing this, or will it eventually break, and has there been anyone else who has had this problem
     
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    you could try sanding the cart down a bit to shave a lil thickness off?
     
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    Would doing that increase how fragile the cart is itself?
     
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    Honestly I haven't noticed this at all, although I don't take mine out too often.
     
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    ...Hmm, I guess it could be the fact that it was used? Even though the condition seems pretty decent..

    In a more general question then, has a gameboy micro ever splitted for people?
     
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    I just put my ez in my micro and it fits perfectly
     
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    This isn't a common occurrence so your best bet is probably shaving it down with some sand paper so it's slightly thinner, as suggested before.
     

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