Plastic cover on outside covering clock is cracked and pressing down...causing inside LCD to be obscured. Would like to see if I can remove this plastic or whatever to see if I can fix this without replacing phone. anyone know how to do this????
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Your LCD/monitor is cracked from the inside. There are several things that can
cause a screen to crack from the inside. The two most common are
pressure on the screen or dropping the
machine. Sorry, but it is irreparable. You need to buy a replacement.
Most of the time when you're getting multi colored screen after the machine was dropped is caused by a cracked LCD. But I understand that it's hard to believe that screen is broken if you're not seeing any physical crack on the outside. By going to BIOS it will help you determine if your screen is cracked. If you don't know how to go to there follow the steps below:
>>> Turn on your PC, once it start up keep on tapping F2 button. You'll be routed on the page that has blue background. If on this page you'll still get multi colored screen then it's indeed broken screen. No crack on the outside but there's something needed to be checked inside.
Broken LCDs can only be fixed by replacing it with a new one. And if system is still under warranty you may contact Lenovo. They will offer you options to resolve the issue depending on what your warranty covers.
There are several different sheets of plastic that cover your screen. The outside one is the screen protector, the middle one is the lenticular screen, and the inside one is the fresnel screen. All are available at Encompass.com
The outside part that you can touch is just a plastic cover to protect the screen. The inside is actually where the lcd screen is. If the screen looks cracked then it most likely is. Its gonna be $89 to send your psp in to sony, call 1-800-345-7669 if thats what you wanna do.
Did you remove the base from the back? If so, there are two stating slots at the bottom of the screen. A fine blade screwdriver will release these tabs. Once down, the front bezel will pull away but you'll need a flat blade screwdriver (preferably made out of plastic). Slide this screwdriver between the front bezel and the screen frame which is metal. Don't allow the driver to get next to the screen because it will scratch easily. Using the driver you'll be able to pry away the bezel from the rear.
The LCD screens are built with a over-cover of a plastic film and the LCD is inside the cover. Any damage on the LCD glass will not be felt physically on the outside of the screen. So, chances are your LCD is cracked if you find a spider web or a liquid spill effect visible.