Yesterday my iphone felt on the ground and now there is a burst on the top left of the screen. The consequence now is that the touchscreen does not work anymore, only on the top part. I cannot use the unlock 'slider' anymore, nor type in the password of my sim card.
Is there anyway I can fix this. Can apple fix this by putting in a new screen up or something? I live in Barcelona, Spain and just have it for a month now.
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Take to the Apple Store for repair to one of those Mall kiosks that change batteries and also repair cracked screen for $48. They will take it apart and see what is wrong. There are YouTube videos that show how to strip them down, but getting spares from ebay is risky.
if is not water damage , apple should repair it. If not well open the iphone go to youtube see vid how to open it. turn off iphone open it just pull off #1 and put back in. that's the lcd connector. This should work if not take #1 then #2 and # 3 put all conector back that should work. #1 Lcd conectot #2 is the Digitizer #IS the ligth. If you got gray lines the lcd may be broken.
Put desired amount of water in resevoir (plus a little extra to be used to steam your milk for latte) and close up tightly.
Put espresso grind coffee in basket and tamp down with a tamper. If grounds are not packed, steam will seep through and will cause an erosion of sorts instead of just letting the steam hit the grounds.
Put the basket with handle group in recess rotating to the right as far as it will go.
Rotate the ON/OFF switch to the symbol for "Brew" until you get out the desired amount of espresso.
Then, take a caraf of milk and immerse it with the plastic black steam arm. Rotate switch to "STEAM" and froth milk. In the beginning, ensure that you have enough water for the espresso AND enough left to froth without having to shut off machine, refill with water, just to froth.
Be careful when you open the water resevoir cap after brewing because there is a vaccuum created and a burst of steam will shoot out the lid and may burn you.
The gasket above the grounds hopper eventually will deteriorate and more steam will escape than espresso is produced. There is no replacement parts for this machine since it was made in China according to a Mr. Coffee representative that I called this morning at 1-800-MR-COFFEE (800) 672-6333.
Good luck with your machine. Hope this helps! If you don't have a tamper for the grounds, I found one at Bed Bath and Beyond. It is stainless steel with 2 sizes. The smaller size works for this model.
Not really much of a solution for a cracked LCD (that's what you're dealing with) outside of a new phone or a new LCD. If you left it on the ground, it either took a hit, or got too hot (southern US would get plenty hot enough to do this). Sorry, but you may want to start saving up for an insurance claim.
your unit experienced shock. due to fragility of the phone, your LCD might be broken, if not, the LCD connector needs to be refitted to its slot. If the problem is still the same, you need to replace ur LCD.