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dailydriver
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My S100 feels like it's loose when you lightly press the area at the top right of the LCD. Not the LCD, but the area right off the LCD. Ir's never been dropped . I also check my brothers S100 and it's a little loose too, but mine is worse and very noticeable.

Can/Should I send it in since it's under warranty?

Post #1, May 12, 2012 18:11:35


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Just checked mine, nothing loose at all.

Post #2, May 13, 2012 06:23:45


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