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does gamestop buy broken nintendo 3ds?

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If it is totally non-functional, you wouldn't be able to trade it in.  Minor issues not affecting the playability will land you with a small refurb fee, affecting your trade-in value.   But a non-playable system is worthless.
answered 3 years ago by Ryst Hero (3,427 points)   1 2 16

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