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Screen bleeding

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by Stammers4, May 1, 2011.

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    I just bought my iPad 2 from a guy off kijiji. Everything is legit and box was not opened I opened it and tried it out and it worked perfectly but when I got home and went to watch a movie I noticed some screen bleeding on the side and one near the middle. I know apple is really good on repairing or giving new items when broken. But would I still be able to trade it in and get a new one since I didn't buy it from the apple store? It's registered under my name though.. Thanks in advance
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    You should have no trouble - if it is defective then Apple will replace it. They're operating an unofficial 'ask no questions' policy on screen bleeding. It is a good idea, though, to phone beforehand to check they have a replacement in stock.

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