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Old 03-16-2010, 12:52 PM   #1
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Is this "glass breakeage" or manufacturer's defect? (judging from the picture)

Folks,

Please look at the pictures below and give your best judgment from your experience with multiple readers - could this look like a mechanical damage of the screen (although it is not visible on the outside of the screen) or it is simply faulty device and something is wrong with the electronics, but the screen was not cracked or broken?
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