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Whereas older versions of the DS had four rubber screw covers on the front display bezel, Nintendo opted for a sleeker approach for their new system by adhering a front panel to the bezel to hide the screws.
A little bit of help from a heat gun and a plastic opening tool gives us fairly easy access to the upper display.
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