Help!, Condensation on Top screen

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Nov 25, 2009
  1. monteno
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    (My english is very bad)
    Hi, I recently bought a nintendo DS [​IMG] i, I went to travel to a very hot weather place (I take the DSi with me) , after I returned to my city (A cold weather place) I noticed that on the top screen of my DSi appeared some condensation (This is only noticed when the console is OFF or when you play on outdoors, ingame isn't a problem [​IMG] ) I have tried with a Hair Dryer but it seems not working [​IMG] .
    Please give some suggestions,also a suggestion for small scratches on my touch screen.

    P.D: A hori screen protector can hide the scratches? [​IMG]

    again sorry for my english...
    GRACIAS DE ANTEMANO
    Thanks in advance

    Greetings from colombia
     
  2. ZeWarrior

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    Why don't you return it to the store you bought it from if it hasn't been too long?
     
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    No, the DSi is in perfect state, I only want to know how to hide the condensation patch (a hori protector can hide it)
     
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    If you stick the device in some rice (un-cooked!), it should suck out all the moisture. Just leave it in the rice over night.
     
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    I must put the all the DSi inside the rice or put the rice over the screen? [​IMG] tanks
     
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    Dump the whole thing over a complete basket of rice just in case.
     
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    Sorry for the late reply, just dump the whole thing in rice, get a large bowl (or bag) and fill it full of rice and bury your DS in it. Then the next day, take it out and the moisture should be gone. It works for any moist electronic device (celphones, remotes, keyboards...)
     
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    ^lolzed didn't no that
     
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    I see no problem with your english.
     

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