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Frequent Contributor
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎03-31-2010
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Anyone try to return nook for cracked bezel lately?

I still have 2 months left on my 2 year warranty.  And my page forward bezel cracked not too long ago.  I talked to a salesperon at my local B&N store and was told that they are completely out of N1E and would send me a NST as a replacement.


I just received a NST for Christmas and I really want to hold on to a N1E.


Has anyone returned an N1E recently?



Reader 2
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Registered: ‎12-28-2011
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Re: Anyone try to return nook for cracked bezel lately?

Yep mine cracked too. I got a refurbished one as a replacement from B&N then purchased a Simple touch. I use both as the new Nook doesn't support pdb files.