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BEWARE WITH THE DOG !
<Xjeff@dataflight.com> wrote in article
Yes, it is true, my Weimaraner ate my new Pilot Professional. I only left the house for a minute. She went into the bedroom, nabbed the Pilot off of the nightstand, walked back to her lair, and had lunch. There were only scraps left of the leather case.
She was very contrite when I came back home, but I couldn't figure out why until later that evening. I was looking for the Pilot when I suddenly remembered her guilty looks earlier in the day.
I have to give it to USR. Her teeth punctured the back of the case, and she broke the glass screen, but she didn't puncture or tear the plastic that covers the screen, so no glass got out.
Warning: Don't try to open your Pilot if you are not familiar with small and sensitive electronic devices. By opening your Pilot you are voiding its warranty. You can see our photos and keep your warranty.
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