Broke an e-book. Is there any chance that the service will repair it under warranty?

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Answered on December 9, 2014 13:58
Warranty repair factory defect or damage that is not associated with improper use. For example, if a program crashes or a system burns out that is not related to the operation of the device. But if the e-book has fallen and a crack, scratch or chip has appeared, or the device has fallen into the water, the guarantee for such damage does not apply. It is important to know that if the master detects external damage to the case, the warranty repair may be refused. In addition, if you have repaired or opened the device yourself, violated the seals, the warranty in this case is canceled.