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Old 04-02-2006, 08:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Don't think so?

A dead pixel may indicate that there are further problems that just havent surfaced yet. Even if there are no further issues, the fact remains that there is a defect with the current device. The manafacturers and carriers have a responsibility to ensure that their products do not have such defects within a one year period. If they do show signs of manafacturing defects, it should be the carriers responsibility to replace them with a working unit, free of defects.

I think your issue is cause enough to warrant a replacement, now the issue is, do you feel that it is a big enough situation to warrant a replacement?

Good luck!
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