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    Hi folks, like many my Touchpad developed speaker cracks shortly after I bought it. I've largely ignored it, but they are getting worse, so I figured I'd better get them repaired before my warranty is up. I currently have several Preware patches including overclocking implemented. Should I remove all this before sending my Touchpad in, so that my warranty is still valid?

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    Rule of thumb is to remove stuff and doctor it. Just in case.
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    I would urge you not to send in for a repair. Odds are you'll get a device that has many more problems than what you have now. I'm on my 5th refurbished TouchPad, which I plan to ship back tomorrow.

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