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TSU7000 Screen Replacement How To Tutorial
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Post 16 made on Monday May 5, 2008 at 23:11
LAJim
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This is a very thorough tutorial. Thank you.

There has been sometime since it was posted, so that is my excuse for being quite sure which piece of glass I need to order from gethightech.com. There are two iPAQ models listed on the page, one for $30 (h2200, h2210, h2215 Series), one for $20 (h3600 & h3700 Series). Which of these, if either, is correct for the TSU7000.

Thanks in advance.
Jim in Los Angeles
Post 17 made on Tuesday May 6, 2008 at 00:29
Lyndel McGee
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Per the first link of this (Edit - Thread, not post) , you are looking for a 5400 glasstop. There does not seem to be any available but there's a full screen with glasstop already mounted for $89.95USD.

Last edited by Lyndel McGee on May 6, 2008 23:06.
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Post 18 made on Tuesday May 6, 2008 at 15:05
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On May 6, 2008 at 00:29, Lyndel McGee said...
Per the first link of this post, you are looking for a
5400 glasstop. There does not seem to be any available
but there's a full screen with glasstop already mounted
for $89.95USD.

can you send me a link to the product with the glass already mounted?

Thank you,
Bob
Thank you,
Bob
Post 19 made on Tuesday May 6, 2008 at 15:33
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bbelli,

Lyndel's second link at the top would be the one he notes is $89.95.

That is,

[Link: gethightech.com]
Jim in Los Angeles
Post 20 made on Tuesday May 6, 2008 at 18:07
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On May 3, 2008 at 13:11, bbelli said...
ok...I followed all the steps and all seemed to have gone
well....but I have a very strange issue...if the icon
I want to press is at the top of the screen, the remote
"thinks" it is at the bottom, meaning if I press the bottom,
the remote "thinks" I am pressing a button at the top.
Does this make sense? can anyone tell me if they have
an idea where I went wrong? I tried to calibrate and
I can get through 3 of the 4 calibration steps, but the
remote constantly fails at the last step....help....please!!!!!

These screens are refurbished ones, maybe thats the problem.
Post 21 made on Wednesday May 7, 2008 at 09:16
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On May 6, 2008 at 15:33, LAJim said...
bbelli,

Lyndel's second link at the top would be the one he notes
is $89.95.

That is,

[Link: gethightech.com]

this link isnt working....does it work for others?
Thank you,
Bob
Post 22 made on Thursday May 8, 2008 at 03:16
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On May 7, 2008 at 09:16, bbelli said...
this link isnt working....does it work for others?

Bob,
It was working for me when I quoted it. But wait, let's try this one:

[Link: gethightech.com]

This is digitizer and glass for $89.95 for the 5400 iPAQ.

Jim
Jim in Los Angeles
Post 23 made on Monday September 8, 2008 at 18:53
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i did this on my tsu7500 and also on a customers tsu7000 and on both remotes and after reassembly everything i touch is upside down! I try to calibrate but im not able to calibrate i can get tp lft, bt rt, tp rt, but not bt lft any idea on why this might be? and how do i fix the problem
Post 24 made on Monday September 8, 2008 at 23:04
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On September 8, 2008 at 18:53, BuShMaN said...
i did this on my tsu7500 and also on a customers tsu7000
and on both remotes and after reassembly everything i
touch is upside down! I try to calibrate but im not able
to calibrate i can get tp lft, bt rt, tp rt, but not bt
lft any idea on why this might be? and how do i fix the
problem

You don't need to post 3 times about this. No blinds here!

Man, now I got what is happining to you. You got the wrong digitizer! You have to put an ipaq 5400 digitizer. That's why it's inverted. Check, someone sold the wrong one to you.

Last edited by ossocao on September 8, 2008 23:44.
Post 25 made on Monday September 8, 2008 at 23:51
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After scanning the repair procedures, I have a question.

Did you perform steps 9-13 of the original procedure? These are required if glasstop is not the same size.

If there were different glasstop sizes and you did not cut the bezel, this may indeed be the reason you are failing calibration as something is keeping screen pressed on that corner.
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Post 26 made on Monday September 8, 2008 at 23:58
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On September 8, 2008 at 23:51, Lyndel McGee said...
After scanning the repair procedures, I have a question.

Did you perform steps 9-13 of the original procedure?
These are required if glasstop is not the same size.


If there were different glasstop sizes and you did not
cut the bezel, this may indeed be the reason you are failing
calibration as something is keeping screen pressed on
that corner.

Lyndel (w/ one L), I got a PM from him, you won't belive. He can calibrate, but inverted. Never saw that. :-) He most have got a wrong part.
Post 27 made on Tuesday September 9, 2008 at 00:02
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I got PM as well. It would appear in Post 13 that BBelli had same issue. Likely they are shipping wrong unit or refurb screwed something up.
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Post 28 made on Tuesday September 9, 2008 at 00:06
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On September 9, 2008 at 00:02, Lyndel McGee said...
I got PM as well. It would appear in Post 13 that BBelli
had same issue. Likely they are shipping wrong unit or
refurb screwed something up.

Maybe in the ipaq 5X00 series in some models the screens are inverted. Because 5400 works, maybe 5500 is different.

Or maybe this LOLs are folding the ribon wrongly inverting everything.

I go for option 2. hahhaha.
Post 29 made on Tuesday October 14, 2008 at 17:16
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Just got an ipaq 5XX0 series touchscreen from FixYourPDA and it is inverted (vertically). I checked and the leads that goes up and down the screen are inverted.

I made it work doing a mod in the Ribon of the touchscreen, inverting what was wrong, worked fine.

Seller said that in ipaqs the part does work, so I guess the I paq has something on the Software part that can accept both ways. But not the prontos, the matrix has to be in the correct sequence. Or.... this part is from a model that uses the screen upsidedown.
Post 30 made on Friday October 17, 2008 at 22:04
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How exactly did you "invert what was wrong"? I am thinking of purchasing that touchscreen from FixYourPDA and it would be nice to know exactly what I am getting into.

Also, what about the touchscreen (not including LCD) from a tsu3000? Can I use this to replace broken glass on a tsu7000?
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