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Captain_Yuri said:
shikamaru317 said:

Damage to the inner screen is usually caused by overheating i think. 

Thats true but its like, I live in canada and its pretty cold these days. So its just odd T_T

I wonder if it would be cheaper to get Nintendo to fix it or just buy a new one.

I wouldn't recommend trying this, but you could easily break the inner screen without cracking the outer part.  The outer part is somewhat flexible, so if you apply pressure, it will bend but not break.  The actual screen however, is not flexible, and it will crack.  

When I had to replace mine, it was something like 80 dollars.  Course, that may have changed.  So, definitely cheaper than buying a new one, specially since you have a special edition.  Unless you want to upgrade to the new 3ds of course.