Wanted broken Kindle

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  1. Wildman

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    Ok so I'd love a working one however if I can find and dismantle a few broken ones I might just be able to make one good working one out of them. So when yours dies please send it to me instead of binning it, Will happily pay the postage.
     
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    Roger if you get a broken one Amazon will replace it for £40 as I found out when I stood on mine :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  3. Ed Earl

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    Hello Roger, Just wondering if you know that you can download Kindle for pc. Just go to google. As long as you have Xp Vista or windows 7. No problem. Cheers Ed.
     
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  4. Wildman

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    last price I saw quoted was £70, thats inflation for you, hee hee
    and I assume that only applies to the original purchaser.

    Thanks I have that, but not as battery efficient as a stand alone kindle and nor does it have free 3g connectability when abroad.
     
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    Charity shops sell lodes of books why bother with a kindle that's ware i get my book's my wife wanted one i bought her box of books for £5 quid :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Treat em mean Bill, none of this fannying about with you eh? :winky:
     
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  7. Wildman

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    I unloaded the motorhome recently and found I was carrying half a hundredweight of books, just not economical at all, never mind looks like I'll not be going away for a while now anyway.:Sad:
     
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    Why not just buy yourself new one, they're olny £69 now!

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  9. Wildman

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    thanks everyone no longer required, as will probably be giving up travelling due to increased costs and lack of everyday transport.:Sad:
     
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