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Hi, thank you very much for your helpful infos. I will call the Sony service support again to explain my concern. Do you have an helpful contact at Sony who helped you that you could share with me.
Thank you very much for your time.

Julie

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This happened in Canada. Not sure if you are going to deal with the call centre in Canada or in the US. You just get whoever answers the phone at customer service. They are all good. And then they refer your case on to the resolution team for an answer and proposal if appropriate. Hope it turns out well for you! 

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