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Trying to change department name from lighters to glass. On er-4915 model register


ok, turn the key to "p" and hit 1200 subtotal. Then enter all of the following numbers to spell out glass...
7176658383 then press the new glass button then press cash and turn the key back to reg

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Broken slight crack front Glass , where to repair.


that slight crack is a lousy thing because its cracked where the flex ribbon that connects to the digitizer is located , and it means that the flex ribbon was damaged also and its garbage, the digitizer and lcd
sorry

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How do I register my new zagg glass shield?


It is not a scam, and it is very easy to register your product! I attached a link to their website with the instructions. Enjoy! http://www.zagg.com/us/en_us/support/faq#mw_question_65

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How to register zagg invisible shields


Only the Zagg website will know that . no way we can check for you

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How do I register lifetime warranty?


Guess you should look up website, register at site add look for option to register your product. If can't fin't it, Contact them

http://www.zagg.com/us/en_us/invisibleshield/glass-screen-protector

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I have screen protector on my HTC hd7 and I have small crack on the corner (vertical) right lower. Can be repair?


Hello

The screen of the hd7's is made using corning's gorilla glass. Technically but also simply put, it's made of a single sheet of glass, spreading along all the front side of the phone. Glass is being used since it's more resistant to scratches and is a good electrical insulator, a needed property in the making of capacitive type touchscreens.
If you have a crack, most probably the surface area was broken due to some mechanical shock. Like any piece of glass, once broken it can't be fixed, it doesn't work like fixing a scratch on a plastic cover by polishing it. In fact i recommend you to leave it like this and try to cover it with the screen protector. The surface on the glass layer contains a special compound of transparent conductive polymers used to register screen taps. Actually this is what you touch when using the screen. It's not recommended that you try to polish the screen because you can accidentally remove this layer.

So, again simply put and sorry to make it this way, the wisest thing would be to either try to live with it or change the digitizer layer (glass front cover) but the last option can prove to be a bit expensive. Again, sorry for not being able to provide a more nicer solution.

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Replaced iphone screen because of cracked glass.Put every thing back together and wont turn on.Tried everything and shows no sighn of life.Doesnt even register on the computer.


You most likely didn't connect a component to the board or one of the ribbon cables. I'd go back into the phone and follow the steps again to try and determine anything that wasn't connected as well as you'd thought.

Thanks

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Fell into glass of coke briefly


well this might work let lay on active register or dry air source for about a week thats what I did after it happened to my cell phone
hope it works for ya

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