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Registered: ‎12-25-2008
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Broken Somehow

I took my Fuze out of my pocket and discovered that the inside screen had broke.  I must stress that I did not drop or otherwise mishandle my Fuze. It was fine just a few hours ago.

 

The actual screen only has a few minor scratches - which existed before the device broke - but the actual screen has a huge black hole on the top-right of the screen with cracks eminating from it. Is it possible to have this repaired? Or do I have to buy another one?

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SanDisk User
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Registered: ‎12-25-2008

Re: Broken Somehow

nevermind, I fixed it. That was bizarre.
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Registered: ‎01-19-2009

Re: Broken Somehow

Cracks?  Fixed?  Bizarre for sure.  Just what happened?

 

µsansa

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SanDisk User
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Registered: ‎05-28-2009

Re: Broken Somehow

how did you fix a crack on the lcd screen? That is bizzare
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Registered: ‎12-18-2009

Re: Broken Somehow

OK, I'm new here, so maybe I don't understand the "Solved" part, but I too want to know how you "fixed" your screen when it was cracked.
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Registered: ‎03-26-2009

Re: Broken Somehow

Didn't you ever read the Doctor Strange comic books? Guy can warp time and space, can probably fix an LCD too.
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Re: Broken Somehow

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I "fixed" it (re: the situation) by buying another one.

 

 

My LCD on my old one is still broken and I still don't know how it broke, hence the "bizzare" thing. I think I was in a rush when I wrote the second post. 

 

 If only I could bend space-time to fix my old Fuze!

 

I had grown fond of it, it's why I bought a second one because they were moderately inexpensive at Best Buy ($80-$90?, I don't have that reciept anymore).

Message Edited by DocStrange on 12-18-2009 04:12 PM
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Re: Broken Somehow

Ah, now that does make sense.

 

I use the same logic with mobile telephones.  Killer features may be nice, but the little thing is made to communicate via voice, and its strength should be exactly that: a good radio transceiver.

 

Forget the "service contract" and wincing every time the thing gets bumped- I prefer something solid and dependable.  The Fuze won't flatten your wallet.

 

Bob  Smiley Tongue