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By SEAxHAWK, Junior Member on 15th April 2014, 04:00 PM
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Anyone have a link or info on where the water mark indicators are located? I can only see one, but I need to know how many I need to replace so I can warranty the thing
 
 
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Anyone have a link or info on where the water mark indicators are located? I can only see one, but I need to know how many I need to replace so I can warranty the thing

I'm fairly certain that helping someone commit warranty fraud is against XDA rules.
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Fair enough
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I'm fairly certain that helping someone commit warranty fraud is against XDA rules.

Ok, but the insurance they offer is borderline fraud as well...
Unlocking bootloaders and changing roms doesn't present some sort of issue with your digital morality?
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There isn't a reason to replace those for any reason unless you're the manufacturer.
In which case you probably don't need to be asking that on here.
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