Shipping in my 3DS for screen repair

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May 11, 2012
  1. ChaosBoi
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    My 3DS, after putting lots of care into it, finally got a few little scratches on the top screen (They're not smudges. I checked >_> ). So I went to their website and set up a repair order. They sent me a shipping label through the e-mail, I printed it out and taped it onto a cardboard box. I placed my 3DS along with a note inside, and have now just finished packing it. I'm going to take it to the UPS store tomorrow, but there's one thing I want to know. Is there anything I need to bring with me other than the box (Such as receipt or w/e), and do I need to tell them anything?
     
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    I have never ship a Nintendo product out to have it repair. But for shipping through UPS all you need is a prepaid label stuck/taped on and can drop it off at any UPS box/location, most of the time you won't have to say anything. This is the same for USPS as well as FedEx.
    Make sure you follow the return instruction as some companies will require you to include a print out of your service numbers, or write the service number on the box.
     
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    yea you just drop it off at a UPS Store nothing more is needed from you.
     
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    Alrighty then. Thanks a lot for the answers. :)
     

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