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Topic # 57961 2-Mar-2010 17:52
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just had nexus - 2 days old. walking on the path today, drop it and the whole screen f***ed. now, what can i do? it doesnt even light up





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  Reply # 303762 2-Mar-2010 19:14
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Cry!

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  Reply # 303763 2-Mar-2010 19:22
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like a baby!




Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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  Reply # 303768 2-Mar-2010 19:48
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do you guys know how painful it is? not funny Frown

any shop here will fix it?





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  Reply # 303789 2-Mar-2010 20:53
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insurance?

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  Reply # 308613 18-Mar-2010 08:51
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It's clearly not a warranty issue. You broke it. 

You could claim on insurance if you have a policy and it covers such things.

Otherwise, search online for anyone you may be able to send it to for repairs. There may be another Nexus One that has a good screen but got wet or something. Then a skilled person might be able to swap the screens.

Or sell this one on TradeMe as damaged and for parts...and buy another one and be more careful....(simplest advice, really).  

I understand your pain....I'd be gutted. 




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