To fix, or not to fix: When it comes to cell phones, that's often the question

The most common problem that brings a cell phone in for repair is the vulnerable glass screen. — Background photo created by topntp26 -

MOSES LAKE: It can happen in a flash. The cell phone slips and crashes on a concrete floor. Or it's safely stowed in a purse — except the purse gets slammed in the car door, and that crunching sound isn't good.

Or it was lying on the seat, fell out of the car and got run over. Or maybe — well, the phone ended up in the horse trough — don't ask how.

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