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Hi you could not say that there should be no water>> but it can occur because due to high humidity water can easily get inside.Anyway,only lodged of water is not the reason the main strip (pata) frequently damage/break so if all the other function are working perfectly change the strip.Or sometimes the strip of the LCD also damage easily because this very parts had been inserted by bending the lcd strip.It will cost you $2-$3.No matter what it is under warranty or not.But it is up to your wish.Good luck.Thanks for visiting fixya
U have to litterly turn the tv 20 degrees to the left or to the right.If u wanted the tv move to the left or the tv move to the right.The base stand dose not move,it is a solid base stand to hold the tv in with screws.Some tv u can swivels,but only can do it up and down by 20 degrees screen base swivels that it.Take a hold tight of the LCD screen panel and push it up or down 20 degree,that is ur base swivels.
Dear it is very easy but a little bit tricky to change its screen, but if have you have any experience of repairing or opening the mobile phone then it will be more easy for you. you just open the mobile phone carefully because it has basically two parts screen part and Keypad part so be attentive while opening. after open the phone you just put off the strip (Jack) of LCD from the keypad part then put in the new LCD strip on it. reassemble carefully, you have done now...
This is the worst solution I've ever heard. This guy is trying to steer you wrong I'm pretty sure. There is zero point in removing all the screws from under the batter/ zero point to removing the area around the power button. Absolute BS. The only part to remove is the part just above the top of the keyboard (silver strip with some black). Then by removing that you can pry the swivel black plastic cover off. Whatever you do.. do not follow Scott's writeup here. I'm telling you. It's sad it's stayed up so long.. so had to warn.
i had the same problem.so i took it apart and found that cos of that dodgy swivel camera the feed from the mother board to the camera tears right at that swivel bit and gets hot.i think the only way to fix that is to take it to someone and have it done or find the bits u need from another phone of the same brand and type and fix it yourself...
Thats actually a tougher repair - you need to open the phone near the swivel and MAKE SURE YOU DON'T TEAR THE FLEX CABLE!
Once that's removed, unclip the flex, dismantel the brace, then replace old lcd with new one, reconnect flex, and when closing the phone BE CAREFUL of the flex near the swivel.
Either buy the entire screen portion off Ebay which would only require you to remove the swivel portion and screen or just the LCD (which would be cheaper but a bit more work to replace, albeit simple). With a small screwdriver, remove the LCD from the phone by unscrewing the back of the screen and replacing LCD. You may still need to remove the entire screen from the base and as the swivel portion is on a coil, be mindful that it doesn't swivel after removal. I usually leave one of the screws in place to keep the screen from swiveling, otherwise, if it uncoils just wind the swivel portion to a moderate tightness and then reattach it to the unit after replacing the LCD.
The phone uses two magnets which are located behind the lcd screen to
sense when the screen has been swiveled away. There are two sensors
which are built into the keyboard which senses the change in magnetic
flux. I guess that there are two so that one can determine to which
direction the screen was swiveled. So what could happen, is that the
keyboard does not make proper contact with the main board within the
phone and this can be the cause to the problem. It seems like when too
much pressure is applied to the keyboard over time, that the contact
pads on the keyboard wears out. So by replacing the keyboard pcb, the
problem would likely be solved. One could of course try to fix these
pads. One other possibility is that there is something wrong with the
magnets behind the lcd. Either missing or misplaced or they are so old
that they do not have a sufficient magnetic flux any longer, but I
guess that is less likely.