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By p4t4h, Junior Member on 9th May 2014, 05:04 PM
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Anyone else has/had their Z2 back panel lifting/peeling on one of the corners?
Is this something that Sony service centre can repair or requires a replacement?
I did some searching and looks like some had this issue since the original Z


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9th May 2014, 09:12 PM |#2  
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Z2 has had some manufacturing issues, Sony Service Centre should replace or fix this as its a fault from sony
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Same going to happen with Z2 too? Jesus...
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Anyone else has/had their Z2 back panel lifting/peeling on one of the corners?
Is this something that Sony service centre can repair or requires a replacement?
I did some searching and looks like some had this issue since the original Z


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10th May 2014, 01:16 AM |#5  
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I've had the phone for a week and only noticed it yesterday when I placed the phone on a table and saw the phone wasn't completely flat to the surface.
Planning to visit Sony service centre today.
Have been quite happy with the phone otherwise so far.

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10th May 2014, 06:41 AM |#6  
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I've had the phone for a week and only noticed it yesterday when I placed the phone on a table and saw the phone wasn't completely flat to the surface.
Planning to visit Sony service centre today.
Have been quite happy with the phone otherwise so far.

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Its not even a heat area... at least on Z this type of issue were near the camera where the heat generates... but the Z2 can lift its back random... just, priceless.
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Its not even a heat area... at least on Z this type of issue were near the camera where the heat generates... but the Z2 can lift its back random... just, priceless.

Yes, priceless, we have 1 user with such problem and its the end of the world for you

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Phones and other types of products seem to be rushed into production without proper testing......these problems should not happen
15th May 2014, 08:42 AM |#9  
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Yes, priceless, we have 1 user with such problem and its the end of the world for you

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You su.ked with the Z for the same problem or me? Than we talking...
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Originally Posted by p4t4h



I've had the phone for a week and only noticed it yesterday when I placed the phone on a table and saw the phone wasn't completely flat to the surface.
Planning to visit Sony service centre today.
Have been quite happy with the phone otherwise so far.

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Does this be covered in the warranty?
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Definitely, yes. Covered by warranty.

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