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Topic # 86078 30-Jun-2011 18:05
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Does anybody run a P500 without a screen protector?
Is it scratched?
I have had a momax on mine for 5 months now and it has a couple of scratches so I was debating getting another one or running without it at all.

Any feedback welcome

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  Reply # 488505 2-Jul-2011 08:22
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Yep mine scratched without a protector, recommend you keep a protector on it



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  Reply # 488511 2-Jul-2011 09:13
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Thanks

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  Reply # 498990 28-Jul-2011 15:20
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If it's of any help, i have cracked my screen and got a quote of $70 to replace the screen.







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  Reply # 498991 28-Jul-2011 15:24
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Wow, where was that? I might go naked and just replace screens!

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  Reply # 498995 28-Jul-2011 15:32
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It was a quote from systec.co.nz - i haven't had the work done yet so can't vouch for it. Apparently it comes with a 3 month warranty though. 







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  Reply # 499004 28-Jul-2011 15:44
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Let me know how you get on if you do it. It sounds like a bargain!

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  Reply # 499023 28-Jul-2011 16:25
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Will probably just live with it. Crack is only small. 





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  Reply # 499031 28-Jul-2011 16:49
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brad_p: It was a quote from systec.co.nz - i haven't had the work done yet so can't vouch for it. Apparently it comes with a 3 month warranty though. 



Looks like a very useful site. Thanx for that Wink  




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