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Any further word on broken screen glass replacements?
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Post 1 made on Friday June 1, 2007 at 11:30
tgrugett
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I have seen the posts many times.

It happened to me last night... the kids dropped a decorative rock right on my TSU7000 screen and shattered the glass.

Any opinions on the best or most effective approach to dealing with it?
Post 2 made on Friday June 1, 2007 at 13:18
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All you need to know about touchscreen replacment is already here in previous posts. Search and read.
Post 3 made on Friday June 1, 2007 at 13:20
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Its not hard. I just did mine. I read no post on how to do it.. Maybe I should have but it was straight forward.. only 2 ribbon cables to connect and about 7 screws.
Post 4 made on Friday June 1, 2007 at 13:23
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On June 1, 2007 at 13:20, filezz said...
Its not hard. I just did mine. I read no post on how to
do it.. Maybe I should have but it was straight forward..
only 2 ribbon cables to connect and about 7 screws.

Do that way and you will have your new touch screen broken very very soon! Again search and Read! Replacment part have a bigger size. Itīs not just to put the new one there. Some guys who did it got broken touchscreens a week after replacment.

Filezz check your plastic frame around the screen. I bet itīs bended.

Last edited by ossocao on June 1, 2007 13:33.
Post 5 made on Friday June 1, 2007 at 13:43
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On mine not bent at all.

It was not a snug fit on mine by any means.

Acually a little play in there.

I think mine is fine. Maybe thats a differance in the 7000 vs 7500
Post 6 made on Friday June 1, 2007 at 19:21
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On June 1, 2007 at 13:43, filezz said...
On mine not bent at all.

It was not a snug fit on mine by any means.

Acually a little play in there.

I think mine is fine. Maybe thats a differance in the
7000 vs 7500

Check the distance between the glasstop and the frame, you have to see a constant distance, less then 1mm. Itīs never a snug fit, thatīs why people think that is all right and then the touchscreen crack in the edges.

Problably you did not had any trouble because you changed the hole screen. In the touchscreen replacment only the problem aways hapen. And is hard to make the adjustments.

Also, I just think you should be careful on telling people itīs a simple thing to do. Itīs not. Every one I worked I had to work to make the new touchscreen to fit.

Last edited by ossocao on June 2, 2007 23:02.


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