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Cf 29 touchscreen

I think your diagnosis of my touchscreen is correct, any idea how to get to the connection? Panasonic Toughbook cf-29

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  • Wolfganglump Sep 20, 2008

    Thanks for the help. Turns out Panasonic covered it under warranty!!!! It was just a connection. Minor problem and is all better now.

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The connection to the board should be under the panel with the speakers, at the top of the keyboard. (that's where it is on my cf72) Also check the connection on the touch screen by pulling the front case from around the screen. There are screws hidden under the small rubber bumpers on the lid.

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