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Old 11-30-2019, 08:05 PM   #1
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Hello, I have a question about if this movie disc I bough yesterday could’ve been potentially damaged by cold weather. So last night I bought a new copy of avengers endgame for black friday, left it in my 35 degree Fahrenheit car for a about 2 hours (I had to meet someone), then picked it up the backside (where the disc is actually stored) and rested it onto a table. Could the cold have done anything bad to the disc? Keep in mind, the casebis still in its shrinkwrap and the disc isn’t loose inside of the case. Is there anything to worry about or am I just being my usual paranoid self?

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There might be some moisture as it's close to freezing, but I would have thought it would be a non-issue after a day or so at room temperature.

I think it's recommended that you don't take them down below -10C or 14F.
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There might be some moisture as it's close to freezing, but I would have thought it would be a non-issue after a day or so at room temperature.

I think it's recommended that you don't take them down below -10C or 14F.
But as long as I didn’t do anything stupid, there should be no damage, right? Again, it’s still in its shrinkwrapped box and it was only about 34F out there that day and it only stayed in my car for about 2 hours

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But as long as I didn’t do anything stupid, there should be no damage, right? Again, it’s still in its shrinkwrapped box and it was only about 34F out there that day and it only stayed in my car for about 2 hours
Should be fine. That is not an extreme temperature and it was for a brief time.

Also, keep in mind that most discs are probably not transported in climate controlled trucks on their way to stores.
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