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LNB problems?

can an LNB go bad if it falls a distance of 4 feet onto a lawn area?

can an LNB go bad if it falls a distance of 4 feet onto a lawn area?

LNB problems?

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Nov 25, 2013 11:22:26 AM
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Well, a lawn is usually pretty soft, but dropping any electronic device from 4 feet can cause problems.  What are your exact symptoms?   The more details you can  provide, the better.

Well, a lawn is usually pretty soft, but dropping any electronic device from 4 feet can cause problems.  What are your exact symptoms?   The more details you can  provide, the better.

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Nov 25, 2013 11:26:17 AM
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Ive seen them bad brand new but i have dropped pleanty as long as its not craked it should be fine

Ive seen them bad brand new but i have dropped pleanty as long as its not craked it should be fine

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Nov 25, 2013 2:54:04 PM
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Yup. I have dropped a few myself even from higher places and they were OK

Yup. I have dropped a few myself even from higher places and they were OK

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