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I have a small dentn my screen not overly noticable about thesize of a pin head just looks like a bit of dirt on the screen. Now im assuming this is not covered under warranty, is their anyway of removing it is a dent like someone has pushed a needle in and appears like a bit od dirt on the screen or am i just gonna have to live with it cheers guys.
Welcome to the site drich290195
Is it a stuck pixel?
Check the returns policy of the place you bought it from?
Nah its definatly a damaged screen i can feel the hole with my finger over the scren it has the appearance of a dirty mark on the screen,is it something im gonna have to live with
Well it’s not something your should have to live with… as I said before.. have you checked the returns policy of the place you bought it from?
If it was like this from new then you can request a replacement as the product was damaged when it arrived.
If you did the damage yourself… then you’ll have to live with it or make a dishonest warranty/returns claim.
Hope you get it sorted, on a screen so small my eyes would always be looking at the small dot and would drive me nuts!
ah well not really poss to exchange im in the army and cant get back too change it any way guess ill just have to live with ill end up getting a new one in 10 months or so could do with built in 3g this is good though cause of the size dont think ill ever go back too a 15inch lappy running vista as well
I had a very similar problem with small raised bumps on the screen. If you go to the samsung website, you can fill out info, upload a copy of the receipt (or equivalent), and send it to them for repair. I got mine back within 1 week (I guess they just had to replace the outer screen layer, which was easy).
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