Re: cracking screen housing
- Finally, I have the bezel off. It was easy once I figured out just
how the internal clips held it on. After seeing the hinges, and how
everything works, I'm amazed it has lasted this long before
breaking. I currently have it clamped to my table with the
fiberglass drying. It is only a temporary fix, as there wasn't room
to apply a heavy glass cloth. I had to use the lightest, thinnest
cloth I had. As far as how to prevent it from breaking again when I
get a new one, I have no clue. The plastic lid, and bezel ARE the
support for the screen. The only solution I can think of, would
prevent future access to the inside of the lid. It would be a thin
strip of metal on the lower corners, that wrapped around both the
inside and outside. Any one else have any thoughts?
For those who need to remove the bezel, there are 4 screws, under the
rubber pads on the face of the bezel. Once those are removed, the
edges of the bezes have to come out and up to be released. I will be
surprised if my "patch" holds during reinstall.
--- In Sotec_Averatec_Notebook@yahoogroups.com, <astrowolf67@...>
>to see if they have it in stock though.
> www.notebookparts.com has it listed. I've not contacted them yet
>bucks? Mine cracked as well.
> Nora Reed <nr33d@...> wrote:
> I don't know. But where are you ordering one for $40
>the plastic bezel from around the
> David <astrowolf67@...> wrote: Does anyone know how to remove
> screen? I'm thinking it just snaps into place. I don't want todryer
> start prying with a screw driver and really mess it up. Before I
> order a new one for 40 bucks, I thought I might try to fix this one
> using some fiberglass on the inside. I also want to look at the
> hinges, and make sure they aren't loose and caused the bezel to
> break. From pictures I've seen of the hinges, my bezel is breaking
> right about where the top of the hinge ends. Which leads me to
> think a new bezel would just break over time also.
> --- In Sotec_Averatec_Notebook@yahoogroups.com, tripwire four
> <tripwirefour@> wrote:
> > I would probably try alum tape, the type used to seal cloths
> ducting. It won't look to kool but if you fold it over the edge,all
> the way around and use good quality tape, it should keep thingsGreat rates starting at 1¢/min.
> together for a while. I doubt that glues or adhesives will be
> effective. Good luck
> > David <astrowolf67@> wrote: Hi
> all, I've just noticed a problem with my 3120X. At the bottom
> > corners of the screen, the plastic housing surrouding it is
> > on both sides. Short of trying to find another, is there a fix
> > some type of glue, or maybe a small strip epoxied on as
> > reenforcement? I'm afraid if I don't do something, the LCD
> > itself might get broken.
> > Thanks,
> > David
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