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Old 08-29-2010, 02:52 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by judith009 View Post
It sounds like there's some kind of loose tiny plastic piece rolling around on the inside of my new K3. If I rock it back and forth I can hear the piece rattling around in there, and it sounds like it has a lot of space to roll.

Does anybody else notice this with their K3? I just want to know if it's only mine. Btw it's definitely not the sound of the buttons on the bottom of the device shaking, because although I know they make a small sound when the device is moved, this rattling sound that I'm talking about is much louder, and it is very evident that something is loose and rolling around inside the device.

Besides that I'm loving the new Kindle, except for the fact that it crashes so many times. . .
Oh dear it sounds faulty - both the fact that it is rattling and the constant crashing too. My kindle 2 has crashed just once in almost a year so somethings not right I would contact Amazon regarding a replacement.
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