Can I replace Kindle Keyboard screen with one from Kindle 1 or 2?
Honestly, for all the trouble it would be to manually replace the screen, it'd just be easier to buy a new one.
Even though it's not covered under the warranty, have you at least tried to get Amazon to replace it? I've heard stories of them replacing non-warrantied Kindles before.
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I think in terms of cost benefit you are right, and that I should just get a new one. BUT, this would not be taking into account the fun that I am going to have fixing it, and talking/bragging about fixing it.
You are thinking that the refresh rate is based on the actual e-ink hardware instead of the software/hardware supporting the display? Had not thought of that .. but it is a possibility.