Problem with case?

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Jan 18, 2008

Problem with case? by Spong92 at 2:18 AM (758 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Spong92
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    Newcomer Spong92 Member

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    I bought an r4ds recently from gameyeeah, and after I finished with it and tested it, I heard a click when I put it away. I took it back out and I accidentally stuck my nail in the side in between the crack where the two parts stick together, and the r4ds opened slightly (not completely as the screw in the middle is holding it together).

    I could actually move my nail all around the cartridge and pry it open slightly at the edges, and the only reason why it didn't completely come off completely is because of that screw. Is that normal? I would of imagined it would be stuck together or something. :/
     
  2. Kyuketsuki_M

    Member Kyuketsuki_M GBAtemp Regular

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    So, you 'accidently' stick your nail in it, and it opens a little...and what do you do?

    You proceed to move your nail around the whole edge?! [​IMG] Are you mentally challenged?!

    At least tell me you're a girl...at least then I could understand why you accidentally stuck your nail into a cart..... [​IMG]
     
  3. Spong92
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    Haha sorry, maybe I should elaborate it a bit better; you see it was already slightly open from when I put it in the blue case (that was the 'click' noise i think), so my nail got caught as I pulled it out. I only moved it around the whole edge to see if it would fully open. Just abit paranoid i've got a fake or something.

    It did clip back into place though, if its normal then i'm not bothered.
     
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    Screw it in tighter. Like, with a screwdriver.
     

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