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Mp3 player I just recently purchased an mp3 player and scratched the screen right off! Is there any way to repair the screen?

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Sorry but no.
But i broke my screen and the exact same mp3 and i still had the origanal packaging so maybe you could somewhat cover up the scrathed part and put it all back perfectly and then you can bring it back and then blame it on them and they might give you a new one. but try to say that it was like this when i got it.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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