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My touch screen part went out what do i do can i fix it

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Thing is, what mostly happens is that an area becomes stuck, i.e. permanently pressed. That is why no other (additional) presses are recognised an the touch screen appears nonresponsive. Reasons for this can be deformations of the whole screen cover caused by temperature or small point-like deformations, as caused by impact on sharp things. (Mine was caused by impact (flat on the ground, indoors), but there was a small piece of dirt underneath the screen protector....!)

So the needle trick pushes the screen cover up an "unsticks" this area. Depending on what's wrong with your particular screen, you need to lift either the whole (often slightly oil-as-wasser-ly discoloured in this case) or the single spot (as in my case).

To make a long story short, this "defect" is neither caused by dirt nor solved by removing it. Thus, I really recommend a long, thin but blunt needle (so as to neither scratch the display - be careful, it's just below! - nor the screen cover from the underside)
Also, notice that the screen cover is glued. So don't slide the needle along the underside, but pin in regular distances (it might come off otherwise).
I'd even say (no guarantee, of course) that it is worth doing even if you are still in warranty, as I doubt, somebody will look if the glue was pierced - or that you even can detect such in the first place. It will likely save you money for shipping and time without your phone (provided they do not blame you for it and let you pay for repair).

Hope I could help.

Posted on Aug 16, 2010

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Look on the internet for a new screen. Or go to a repair shop... I recommend having an expert look at it

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