Hi - any ideas on how to fit a replacement "glass" screen to a W850i? I have a new panel but it doesn't seem to have any obvious clips so how do I get out the old cracked glass from the phone and fit the new one? Many thanks, Paul
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If the protection glass in front of the TV only have borken, it can be replaced. If the screen as a whole has broken, there is no other way than replace the screen, which will cost around 2/3rd of the total cost of a new TV. Check this link for details. It has disassemble procedure to many brand Plasma TVs, with illustrations. You can get an idea about how the screen is fitted, and what is the protection glass and actual plasma screen. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by its
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Unfortunately no, you would need to replace the internal panel on the TV and honestly the labor and part would cost more then just buying a new set in most cases. If the screen has a glass cover and just the glass is cracked but the rest of the picture looks fine (no distortion in the LCD) then you could just remove the glass and run the screen unprotected or copy the dimensions of the glass/plastic and send it away to have a new sheet made to fit.
We do not do projection TVs, but I have a good understanding of how they work and there's no risk - if anything - if you use a glass replacement.
it may not be a good idea simply because the glass used for TV shielding is specially designed to not reflect as much as regular glass, it is usually harder (tempered) etc., but as far as health or other similar concerns - you can probably go with any glass you can fit there or no glass at all.
Plasma TVs are more special in this regard and shouldn't be used without the front protectve glass.
John, my recommendation is for a new set. The glass is bonded to the LCD with expensive and toxic materials and with a sophisticated process. The cost for glass to fit your set would also be extremely expensive and usually not worth the hassle.
Hi if your phones screen is white then this is a sign that the ribbon that takes data from the circuit board has become damaged. what happens is that when the phone has been opened and closed load of times the little copper wires that run inside the ribbon become brittle and break, the only option you have of solving this problem is to get the ribbon replaced. its not expensive to buy and wont cost much to fit.
their is no easy fix as it is a case of getting new parts fitted to your phone.
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
this is a new one too me but ill give a shot
ive never seen an over where the supports were all intack
they should be screwed in at least to of them by what i call the hidden screw or plug either the 2 bottom come out or the 2 top ones come out to where the glass slides into position and just put the supports back into place
i was reading reviews on this particular item and clearly by what there describing this is not a very good functioning machine all out of tune from the older style