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It's very nice to see Dell support actually reply (a rare event, it seems), but I do not see any friend requests or private messages. You can just email me directly at nedomacho-gmail-com, just replace the characters appropriately, and I'll send you the service tag, etc.
I am very seriously considering just returning this item, given, for the first time in years, a truly terrible experience with Dell.
Hi Shurakbh, We have sent you a friend request again, please accept the friend request and once you accept the friend request refresh the page so that you would find the private message option towards the right hand side at the top. Hope this helps.
I am not sure I understand the purpose of all these actions, besides making it look like Dell actually replies.
I accepted your friend request and sent you a PM with requested info 24 hours ago. So far, nothing happened in response.
Just to follow up... Since I sort of fell in love with XPS 13 (despite the Dell's horrible customer service), I'd like to give this model another try and order a new one.
Can the owners carefully look at their bezel and see that the bezel insert is nice and tight throughout?
I have the exact same problem you had. I could post the same picture that you posted on the original post (the bezel is affected on the right bottom side as well). Because I don't want to go through the hassle of the replacement, spend a month without laptop (and possibly end up with the same problem...), I decided to let it go. I'll find a solution. As we say in my country, "you're never better served than by yourself".
Hey, thanks for the reply. That's pretty sad, but at the same time this is what carbon fiber does, if no special measures are taken when machining the insert piece. It *** that for a $1000+ laptop one needs to exercise your native proverb, however wise it may be.
The bezel itself is plastic-made.
I just feel like my user experience will be less affected if I don't let Dell's customer support handle it.
Whats worrisome, though, is that customers need to deal with so many issues with this laptop, even if this bezel thing is the one thing that bothers me. I understand this is a new product, but a manufacturer with so much history and experience as Dells' should know better.