Plstic on back of main screen

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  1. Erron
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    Plastic on back of main screen

    Has anyone removed this? Mine is still on. I know you could remove it. Just curious if anyone has kept theirs on?
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    If you are refering to the protective plastic between the keyboard and screen, it has been determined and verified by Verizon folks (in a diffent thread) that you are safe to pull it off, and it slides easier afterwards.
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    I am sure it is safe to pull. Just didnt know who did. I just noticed it for the first time today. haha

    Also, pardon my typo int he subject.
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    to be honest i didn't even notice it was there haha :)
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    There is actually a big thread on this. It is in fact suppose to be pulled off. One of the members had a chat session with verizon, and they stated that it's there for shipping purposes and is in fact supposed to be removed. Though you do not have to remove it if you don't want to. Some members stated that it was already peeling away so they removed it. Others said they will remove it only if it becomes a problem.

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