1. mario-lucis-caelum

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    Is it normal for a switch to scratch the contacts of game carts? Literally all of the game carts I own have thin long scratch marks that was probably caused by the cartridge slot making contact and scratching the back of the carts when inserting them in. Is this normal? I have the v2 switch. Does this happen on the og switch as well?
     
  2. Mthodmn101

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    yes
     
  3. Alienheadz514

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    This is caused by the pins in the switches cartridge slot making contact with the pins on the back of the cartridge. This is perfectly normal.
     
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    So it's pretty normal after all. Good.
     
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    But did you know, if you lick it, it tastes bitter?
     
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