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    ghettochild's Avatar
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    Sep 01, 2005
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    17" PB G4 1.67GHz DL
    Return this 23" ACD?
    I hope this post isn't too odd. I bought a 23" ACD last week. The screen is flawless, no dead or stuck pixels. Yesterday, however, I noticed a gap on the right bottom side of the display (aluminum casing). There is no such gap on the left side.

    Would you guys return the display? Keep in mind that the screen is flawless. I'm somewhat worried that- provided Apple exchanges this display for a new one- I might get one with dead pixels.

    Your thoughts are much appreciated. Thanks.

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    D3v1L80Y's Avatar
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    Feb 02, 2004
    I see no reason to return it.
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    May 13, 2005
    i would not return it

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