If you actually take the time to read what was posted you'll see you have no reason to be pestering a guy that's just here trying to help. He was asked to speculate as to a repair procedure that doesn't even exist yet. The response that a "DIY solution would not be recommended if it affected your warranty" is perfectly reasonable considering there is no DIY solution at the moment.OK. So you went from "if" in post #149 to "not" in post #156. Thanks for the clarification, I think.