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    Before I left Singapore, I bought a GBA SP at People's Park Complex in Chinatown. The guy told me that there's no warranty for GBA SP. I was leaving the next day anyway, so I took it and left.

    However, I just noticed that there's a dead pixel on the screen. Will the local agent do something about it? It's pretty hard to find the agent where I live in Canberra though.

    thanks
    Matt

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    Some companies have pixel policies for their LCD screens. Most computer mfgrs do anyways. I'm not sure about the GBA SP. Fortunately mine and everyone I know hasn't had any pixel problems. I'm sure the serial number on the GBA would indicate the mfgr date of the item and if it is less than a year old might be under warranty anyways.

    Just ask your local nintendo service rep for more info?
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    I saw in Australian Nintendo's website that there is a 12 mth warranty for the SP. However, it only applies to machine bought locally. I have to take it back to Singapore for any repairs under warranty.

    At nintendo.com, there isn't any Singapore website. How may I contact them?

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