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Old January 7th, 2012, 12:01 PM   #19 (permalink)
Displacedmic
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Originally Posted by mckinzy View Post
AT&T has voided my warrentee as well. My camera stopped working. I did not call them right away and tried to find a fix for it. So I call today and they go through some things. Ask my why I waited 3 weeks to call and then had me take the battery cover off. The indicator was red. I have no idea how this could happen to a phone if it has not been dropped in water or had something spilled on it. I will be dropping AT&T as soon as our contract is up. If I had damaged the phone myself, I would have fessed up. I'm so dissappointed.
I too have experienced a water-indicator false positive.

i just repaired a broken screen on my wife's iphone. while the physical trauma was our fault (and by "our" i mean my 4 year old) i know for a fact the phone has never gotten wet. yet while changing out the screen i noticed the indicator was positive. not a big deal as i was already out of the warranty i would have been voiding by taking the thing apart anyway, but still, not cool.
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