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Old 01-13-2011, 09:05 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by oecherprinte View Post
Well I left it on my office desk with a magazine on top of it to hide it. Maybe the cleaning staff did something to it, but there is no way of finding out.

Sh**! Does anybody know how much that will cost? I am more or less addicted to this device now ...
Oh dear. Perhaps the cleaners just whacked their polish or equipment on top thinking it was just a pile of mags. Because it normally requires some kind of force or drop to break a screen.

I would still just contact Amazon and explain that it is broken and see what they say. Hopefully you will get hold of someone very helpful and nice.
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