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Remember that guy with the PS3 Sony said was too dusty to repair? The saga continues.
Reid, the guy with the Playstation that Sony said was too dusty to repair, is getting his system replaced through his Visa card’s extended warranty protection.
We now have pictures of the Playstation 3 that Sony refused to repair under warranty because the unit was too dusty.
FOX Business Network picks up our Sony PS3 “excessive dust voids your warranty” story [FOX Business Network]
A Sony CSR admitted to reader Ive that dust should not void a Playstation 3’s warranty. Transcript and audio, after the jump.
“I just got off the phone With PS3 customer support who kindly informed me that my PS3 is “too dusty” to be replaced under warranty. But won’t provide pictures unless they are subpoenaed.”
s mud in your eye: Victor got Samsung T-809 camera phone and loves it, except for the gap underneath the camera that allows dust to easily get into and underneath the LCD screen.