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Old January 9th, 2013, 12:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
pwatkins
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Why wouldnt you take off the screen "protector". If you do and the problem goes away then that was the cause. If it's still there then go get a replacement. Why would you need to put it back? They probably won't give you a replacement anyway without checking it with the "protector" removed.

Personally I've never seen the benefit of protectors on touch screens. The only time I ever tried one it certainly reduced touch sensitivity. Never bothered since - and have never had a single scratch on a screen.
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