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Old May 2, 2008, 2:08 PM   #1
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I recently sent my D40x back to Nikon for a warranty repair on my veiwfinder.

Istated on the return formthat I also had hot pixels, marking their position with a diagam. Thesefaults were noted on the acknowledgement, also on the invoice that came back with the camera.

£6.50 postage and 10 days later I have my camera back .New viewfinder but still the same hot pixels.

Now where do I go from here?. I could send it back again for £6.50 ($13) wait a week and get them back again or just forget it.Trouble is, a dealer told me if I dont get it fixed they can multiply. Is that true ?do they breed or what?is there any evidence that pixels multiply if not treated?

I would be interested in any info.

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