It’s no
secret that the Nintendo 2DS is designed to last. It’s a sturdy and simple
design which is sometimes mistaken for a cheese wedge, but even the most
child-proof devices won’t last forever. Eventually, you’ll need to replace
something, usually the screen, and unlike its siblings the 3DS and the 3DS XL,
the 2DS does not come with a warranty.

Destructoid has discovered that after a community member had dropped their system down a
flight of stairs, Nintendo of America offered to replace the broken screen for a cost of $65 plus shipping and additional fees. In
other words, if you’ve managed to break your new system already, fret not, for
there is hope yet! Of course, you could always be more careful with your property…

Source: Destructoid

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