If I buy the $40 warranty, should I buy the cover, too? It seems that both provide protection, and I need only one. The warranty is actually better deal, since the cover wouldn't cover liquid damage. Any thoughts?
I am replacing a Kindle keyboard whose screen has failed - it is 2.6 months out of warranty, unfortunately.
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