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TSU7000 Screen Replacement How To Tutorial
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Post 46 made on Monday February 15, 2010 at 19:55
davidwf
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Just wanted to add my thanks to Greg (Dallas) for his superb pictorial instructions - they are perfect and I have successfully replaced the digitser on both a 980 and 990 unit....(must try to be more careful in future !)
Unfortunately I didn't find his instructions before I did mine so I cracked a screen due to not trimming the lugs first.....a costly mistake but still way cheaper than sending it off and paying someone else to do it.
The only additions I would add is to ensure there is no dust between the screen and digitiser as it would be very annoying and also to cover the old screen with a layer of sticky tape before cutting it off...it WILL crack and it WILL splinter....but the tape will hold it all together.
Post 47 made on Sunday January 9, 2011 at 06:11
Cougar888
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Hi Guys,

The top screen on my beloved TSU7000 has recently cracked (the LCD is fine) and after reading through this thread I have been on the lookout for an iPAQ5400 screen. The ones I have found say they fit all the 5xxx series, now reading some of the posts here some say the 5500 screen is inverted. How do I know if the screens for sale are right in that case?
Should I just try and buy a 5400 and take out the screen?
Also is the 5450 the same screen as the 5400?

Thanks
Post 48 made on Tuesday August 6, 2013 at 20:09
JJ Davis
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Resurrecting this thread to see if anyone has the fix for the inverted digitizer. I just replaced the digitizer on my TSU-7000 and it's inverted. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

John
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