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To my eyes it does not seem questionable. So much so, that it took me some time until I realized what your question might even be... (I'm assuming that it's a bit wide).
According to you there is no problem or that it's clearly pasul?
I'll be honest: I couldn't see the problem...
This is a serious shaila. I suggested to the customer to replace the mezuzah so I didn't have to pasken whether it was a psul or shailas tinok. My leaning is to pasel. I hope to eventually show it to Rav Friedlander for my edification.
To clarify, I didn't suggest to replace it to get out of paskening. I meant, I wasn't forced into having to pasken...
I would say that that's a kaf with taggin.
Looks pasul to me
for those that are saying it's a She'alas Tinok, do you have to cover the Tagim? To me, after covering them it looks live a safek Chaf or Bais
Exactly, that's why the Tinok has to decide. You only have to cover the Tagin if the Tinok would be smart enough to know it's a nun just by the Tagin. Which might make him a תינוק חכם anyway
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