On 05/03/02 15:30, "Jeremy Bond Shepherd" <jbond_at_eskimo.com> wrote:
>> Sounds like a much better idea to have this photo on the web, in case you
>> can't put it up maybe some of the other people running a site about the
>> hardware can put it up (with instructions ?)
> If this really is a jaggies cure, then I think someone could make a lot of
> Newties really happy by offering a repair service. I know I'd rather pay a
> Newt supporter for this service than paying apple $190 and going through
> the hassle they put you through.
Yep, but in all fairness, Apple replaces the complete screen assembly (or up
until recently ;-)
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