new 3ds xl the backside getting warm??

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  1. leonmagnus99
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    hi guys i would like to know if anybody else is experiencing this like (it gets kind of warm right in the middle of the console exactly where the microsd card location is)

    i am a gateway user and have emunand installed i use cia games so they are on my internal msd.

    my msd is a legit one class10 , and i have to mention though that it gets warm only after i play some 40 minutes .

    never gets really hot only mild warm when i play over an hour.

    is this normal? if anyone is experiencing the same i would like to know! thanks :)
     
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    It's natural for electronics to heat up during usage, i wouldn't be worried. Same thing on my n3dsxl.
     
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    oh cool thanks ! :)

    one more thing guys.

    i have a stuck pixel on the upper left side screen, do they spread? i hope not.
     
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    it may fix its self if stuck, if its dead though it will remain... they don't usually spread .
     
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    awesome thanks ! well bro umm the dot looks like multi colorish.. it appears only when the screen goes dark it is not a white or black dot i am sure i can see blue green red like rainbow colors in it.. so this is a stuck one i hope and not the dead.
     
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    It's normal. Electronics disperse heat and with no fans to cool the processor or circuit board its bound to happen on longer play periods.