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Originally Posted by ferretlips View Post
My question is do you think I should bother or will they just tell me to build a bridge and get over it?
I think that you should simply get over it! You got a working computer...Apple gave you no hassles doing all of the exchanges...now you're good to go.

Technically speaking...all computer companies have detailed policies regarding dead pixels on the displays. And let me tell you...normally you need way more than 1 dead pixel (unless they're clustered together) to be authorized a replacement computer with most computer companies. So the fact that Apple let you exchange it with only 1 dead pixel was a favor to you!

Enjoy the computer...and move on!

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