Serial Sticker Peeling?

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Feb 8, 2007

Serial Sticker Peeling? by yee at 6:13 AM (672 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. yee
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    Anyone else have their GBA/DS/DSL serial sticker peeling at the edges?

    Mine has started peeling (it also peeled on my previous White DSL/GBASP) and I had to tape it on, now it looks really ugly [​IMG]

    I sent an email to Nintendo and I'll see what I can do about this.
     
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    mine started peeling and getting glue all over making my ds sticky so i just removed it and cleaned off all the glue from the sticky side.

    i guess unless your really worried about warrenty its just a sticker after all

    it kinda looks lame without it but i hated the sticky feeling
     
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    It's starting to come off a little, might try to put a little bit of glue on it with a toothpick or something.
     
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    You should see the serial stickers from my laptop, they are history! The one stating the serial of the laptop itself is just like blank now and the one with the XP key is kinda half peeled off and completely unreadable. The worse thing that is that the little feet come off, and the void if removed stickers come off too.
     
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    Hmm.. least I'm not the only one.

    I'll give Nintendo a call about this to see if there is a way they can fix this.
     
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    I just called them, and they said that you could either:
    1. Bring it to your closest Nintendo Office
    2. File a repair and ship it to Nintendo

    Guess I'll have to stop by Nintendo of Canada again [​IMG]
     

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