01-10-2019 11:46 PM
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We are sorry for the update delay.
After checking with our Service Center, we were confirmed that the issue that was mentioned on the Lenovo forum has been fixed last year. Since your order was accepted and shipped from our plant after the fix, we hereby confirm you that your machine is not impacted by the same issue.
According to the inspection result provided by our Service Center, the issue was diagnosed as customer induced damage(CID). Please understand CID is not covered by the warranty, hence we are unable to provide replacement service for you.
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Response to the above, below:
This response is unacceptable and incorrect.
Please note I refuse to accept this Tablet which is faulty.
The remedy required immediately per the consumer act is for Lenovo to:
Lenovo has a responsibility under the warranty terms to fix/replace items that are faulty and not fit for purpose. The screen is faulty and I am not the only purchaser with the same issue. It is not physically possible for a unit that has supposedly been tested to Mil-Spec standards for the screen coating to be wearing off from normal use within less than 1 month from purchase!
This is obviously a faulty/poor screen coating that is wearing off exactly where the keyboard and buttons touch the screen when closed, whilst being used with normal proper care and maintenance. It is not CID per you own guidelines (https://support.lenovo.com/hk/en/solutions/ht104148#lcd)
In addition to lodging a complaint with Lenovo based on the below response I will also lodge a formal complaint with the Consumer Council in Hong Kong (https://www.consumer.org.hk) and the Small Claims Tribunal. The mediation process will determine that Lenovo are in breach of their warranty obligations under CAP 26 Sale of Goods Ordinance act and are possibly making false and misleading statements on their product datasheets.
This will also be posted on the forums and social media.
It is extremely disappointing that Lenovo wish to breach their warranty obligations and I certainly expected more from this company.
01-14-2019 03:43 PM
All. For those having the same issue if you can also post good quality photos up here of the screen and where the film is wearing/damaged then we can use this as a record of a common problem.
On a side night it isnt obvious that the film easily removable. Not sure if anyone has attempted?