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Old March 21st, 2011, 09:38 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by gcobb View Post
I don't see anything wrong with their logic. If you trip over the power cord to your laptop and it breaks the power connector on the sys bd are you going to complain that they won't warranty that?

Come up with another reason for warranty or use Bluetooth.
That's just the thing: it's failing from 8 months of normal use. I didn't drop it or trip it off the table or anything. It just wore out. And it's an easy fix. Unbelievably easy. It would cost Samsung a pittance to stand behind their product in this case, but instead they are losing a customer for life and creating a negative reviewier both online and to everyone who ever asks me, "What kind of phone should I buy?" Which a surprising amount of people do.
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