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You're reading SMART wrong.
Relocated sectors are 0.
But you have 1010 pending sectors (HEX 3F2).
Also Raw Read error rate is below threshold.
I am new to this, can you please elaborate on what 1010 pending secor is and does raw read error causes problem to hdd and if possible how can it be resolved?
 
Pending sectors are ones, that for some reason drive could not read previously. They get resolved by overwriting. Then depending on success of overwrite operation they either are considered fine or get relocated.
Resolving of Pending sectors can be done with mhdd (scan with relocate) and with victoria.

https://hdd.by/wp-content/cache/all/victoria/index.html

Raw Read Error Rate a critical SMART parameter that indicates problem with the disk surface (platter that stores the data), the actuator arm, and the read/write head. A higher RAW Read Error Rate indicates higher chances of disk failure.
On different drives this parameter works differently. For example on Seagate drives it's quite normal to have high Raw Read Error Rate. On WD drives Raw Read Error Rate should be zero.
 
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Pending sectors are ones, that for some reason drive could not read previously. They get resolved by overwriting. Then depending on success of overwrite operation they either are considered fine or get relocated.
Resolving of Pending sectors can be done with mhdd (scan with relocate) and with victoria.

https://hdd.by/wp-content/cache/all/victoria/index.html

Raw Read Error Rate a critical SMART parameter that indicates problem with the disk surface (platter that stores the data), the actuator arm, and the read/write head. A higher RAW Read Error Rate indicates higher chances of disk failure.
On different drives this parameter works differently. For example on Seagate drives it's quite normal to have high Raw Read Error Rate. On WD drives Raw Read Error Rate should be zero.
Thank you for posting something like this
 

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