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how are HTC for repairing phones

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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
yesterday I spilt water on my HTC desire Hd, its working fine but the charge port seems sensitive, it charges when I pull the pin out then in a few times, its going back to HTC on Monday and I'm hoping they will fix it under warrenty, what do u think of my chances ?
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Any water damage can be problem. If the water sensor's tripped there a chance they won't fix it without charging you (most warranty excludes water damage).

On the other hand, if the sensors not tripped, they'll most likely send you a new phone. Keep everything crossed.!!
#2
The last HTC I sent for repair (Wildfire) took 3 weeks & was exchanged as opposed to repaired. There was no water damage but the on/off switch was faulty.
#3
i had a freind who dropped his phone in a puddle but pulled it out quick enough for the phone still to work. After a few days he had a few problems with the phone and rang up his mobile operator who asked him turn his phone around and open the back cover. The operator proceeded and whether he could see a red strip at the bottom of the phone. He replied yes and the operator told him the phone has had water damage and is not covered by his warrenty.

Moral of the stroy, if the gus at htc or whereever ask whether the strip is displayed red say no and send it to them. Then you can say water damage during transit :)
#4
I paid for the extra insurance when I took out the contract but not sure what that covers
#5
Rupz


Moral of the stroy, if the gus at htc or whereever ask whether the strip is displayed red say no and send it to them. Then you can say water damage during transit :)


Nice idea, but all that would happen then would be they'd tell you to claim off the carrier, they still won't touch it.
#6
is the strip visible on the HTC desire hd, guess if the don't repair it then I will have to sell it on eBay as faulty, not sure where I could get it fixed

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