Should I get a CLNR Droid?

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  1. gibsonlp223

    gibsonlp223 Member

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    So my droid is pretty much perfect except one little issue: the headphone jack crackles and sometimes stops working when I move it a little bit.

    Now, I've heard some horror stories about the replacment droid verizon sends you, so here's the question: should I get it replaced or just live with my crappy headphone jack?
     
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    Stick with the original

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    Depends entirely on how severe the problem is to you.
     
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    If the problem isn't too bad, stick around. If the problem is a deal-breaker, send it back and play the game. If you don't like your first replacement get a second one. Repeat. Keep going till you either get a winner, they upgrade you, or you get disgusted and demand an upgrade. :)
     
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    Sounds as if a little contact cleaner might help. Spray some on the headphone jack and then plug it in and pull it out a few times while still wet.
     
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    contact cleaner didnt think of that i will try that since i have a similar issue but wont trade in my d1
     
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