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Old 04-01-2011, 07:50 AM   #5
HarryT
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Originally Posted by AlexSno View Post
I know your frustration about repairing or re-buying a product.
I owned an iRiver Spin player on which my touchscreen broke. It ill cost me around $100 to repair it and it's price is around $140.
This bugs me and can't believe they will charge me almost the entire sum of money for repairing something
The screen can't be repaired; it can only be replaced. Unfortunately the screen is the primary constituent of an eBook reader, and accounts for the majority of its price.
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