March 27th, 2012 marks the 1 year anniversary of the Nintendo 3DS system. When the system was originally launched, it was uncertain if the handheld console would make it. Because sales were sluggish, many software publishers were slow to jump onboard, but a significant price drop boosted sales.
All Nintendo products come with a one-year warranty, and that means that if you’re an early adopter of the 3DS then you might want to think about getting some of those weird problems fixed before it is too late.
As mentioned in one of our articles, the one-year warranty period starts from the date you purchase the system, and the system was probably electronically registered from the retail store when you purchased it. Nintendo has been very forgiving on the warranty date, so if your warranty expired a month (or even two) ago then you can probably get your system repaired for free.
On the next page we show you some of the things that you should get repaired…