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#55897 9-Jan-2010 13:38
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As of last week my R6 now has alternating rows of dead and working pixels for the top 20 to 30 rows.


I have also found that one of my friends has a similar problem with theirs. SO I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this as two phones within one week is a little bit to much of a coincidence for me.

Tom 





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  #288554 9-Jan-2010 22:18
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Haven't heard about this but if you take it back to a Telecom store you should be able to get it repaired.



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  #288555 9-Jan-2010 22:28
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Yeah we are going in on Monday morning to deal with it. I think that it should be a simple case of replacing it eg no sending away for repair as it is obviously not repairable!!!!





 
 
 
 


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  #289451 12-Jan-2010 22:18
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How did it go? Was there by chance a way water could of got into the handset?

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