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arcsaber z slash, crack or paint chip

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by davidhy8, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. davidhy8

    davidhy8 Regular Member

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    Looks like paint chip to me.
    As for the grommet, it's just one so ask your stringer to give you a replacement.
    Actually, could you please take a few more pictures from different angles. There seems to be a line below the chip. Cut the string now if you haven't done so.
     
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    hmm three weeks old and it already like that? how many times do you play in a week? nyway it looks like a paint chip. Mine has a similar chip like that with a hair white mark when I look very close to it. I do not think it's a crack and has re-strung it twice since I notice it.

    You have nothing to lose IMO; you cannot play with it if you don't re-string it..If you restring it chances are, it breaks eventually came down to same conclusion..just take the chance!
     
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    'looks' good...run your fingers through the grommets if you think they need replacing (sharp)
     
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    It looks like paint chips, there doesn't seem to be major damage
     

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