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Topic # 151704 2-Sep-2014 16:52
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In the last day or so my wife's 920 has developed a very thin pink line about 10mm in from the left side of the screen running from the top to the bottom of the screen. It's really only noticeable when the screen has a light coloured background.

I don't think it's related but has only happened since the 8.1 update.

Has anyone else experienced this?  Any known fixes?




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  Reply # 1120621 2-Sep-2014 17:32
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My son has a 920, and he has this with his.  But he also has the problem where the screen doesn't respond and he has to reset it.  I was going to take it back to Noel Leeming and discuss it with them.

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  Reply # 1120967 3-Sep-2014 08:30
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It will need to go to FoneBiz for repair.

Either return it to your retailer, or you can self book using this tool

http://www.nokia.com/nz-en/support/nokia-care-direct/

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