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[Q] Dead HTC One denied warranty

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Well, I flashed back to stock, locked, and s-on. Still no vibrate functionality.

What is the general consensus on Verizon's CLNR policy? I do not see any defects on the phone cosmetically, but what are the chances I'd end up being charged for a replacement? The phone has pretty much been in a case since I got it, and I keep it in a pocket by its self.
 
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As far as my dealings is just as long as it doesn't look like it went through ww3 you should be fine. I sent phones back that had scratches abd a few nicks on the case. They never had a problem with that.

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