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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A cracked LCD is often just the glass cover. However, you need the exact size, model number to find a replacement. Disassembling an LCD is moderately difficult for experienced technicians.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
I dont know what kind of plastic these sanders are made of. Your best bet is just to try a strong 2 part epoxy. If the epoxy doesn't bond then you should be able to just scrape the glue off and try something else.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
I agree with my fellow expert Avid101. You are using pirated software, and that is illegal. You need to purchase a legal copy of the software, ot, your data will be lost forever. That is what happens...the pirated software needs ot be verified. If not, the software automatically blocks access. You problem is all because of illegal software.
You will not find activation codes of any type here at FIxYa.
In short, you MUST go and BUY a legal copy of the software.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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for solution for some hours and find only questions, no usable answer.
So I had to
start debugging myself.
stopped working one day by itself.
On boot the
progress bar goes about 20% and hangs forever.
backlight is wobbling a little.
What I did:
the router open and found that four of the capacitors were ballooned:
I changed the capacitors(470mF 6,3v or higher - about 1eur total sum.) and the router booted up once as new. Next time same problem - it boots on 20% and hangs.
That was the time I noticed that the screen was wobbling and I tested the router with another power adapter and voila - problem was finally fixed.
So, to fix the problem:
This is how to crack it open..Behind the sticker there are two screws:
After removing them just crack it gently open. Those hooks are holding it together:
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