Has the screen scratching issue been fixed?

#31icemagicianPosted 11/2/2012 10:46:48 AM
Teepot posted...
I can confirm that the problem is still present on the XL. Mine have developed a few scratches down the right portion of the screen. I do carry my XL around fairly often but I always keep it in my old DSI XL hori hard case and I treat my systems quite well.


Not that I don't believe you, but could you possibly take a photo of this? I'm getting rather confused by all these conflicting statements, so it would be nice to have photographic evidence to back up the theory that the XL still does this.

If not, oh well, no problem.
#32stargazer64Posted 11/2/2012 10:55:30 AM
icemagician posted...
Teepot posted...
I can confirm that the problem is still present on the XL. Mine have developed a few scratches down the right portion of the screen. I do carry my XL around fairly often but I always keep it in my old DSI XL hori hard case and I treat my systems quite well.


Not that I don't believe you, but could you possibly take a photo of this? I'm getting rather confused by all these conflicting statements, so it would be nice to have photographic evidence to back up the theory that the XL still does this.

If not, oh well, no problem.


I found some pics here:

http://techforums.nintendo.com/thread/16493

Perhaps some XL units still don't have bumpers that are sufficient to prevent the XL 'bezel' from touching the top screen when closed. Or maybe this happened during the manufacturing process.
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#33icemagicianPosted 11/2/2012 11:06:34 AM(edited)
stargazer64 posted...
icemagician posted...
Teepot posted...
I can confirm that the problem is still present on the XL. Mine have developed a few scratches down the right portion of the screen. I do carry my XL around fairly often but I always keep it in my old DSI XL hori hard case and I treat my systems quite well.


Not that I don't believe you, but could you possibly take a photo of this? I'm getting rather confused by all these conflicting statements, so it would be nice to have photographic evidence to back up the theory that the XL still does this.

If not, oh well, no problem.


I found some pics here:

http://techforums.nintendo.com/thread/16493

Perhaps some XL units still don't have bumpers that are sufficient to prevent the XL 'bezel' from touching the top screen when closed. Or maybe this happened during the manufacturing process.


Thanks, guess I should have searched around more. :S
Edit: Also found this somewhere: http://i.imgur.com/PEz26.jpg

Rather depressing.