I switched topics as someone else said and I agree it's a better fitting
one then Brain Surgery.
>I dismantled ... removing about 0.5 - 1mm ...
>and the problem was perhaps slightly less severe but I wouldn't swear to it.
When I get a chance I'll look and see if that makes a difference on mine.
>Like other units, my problem remains in the same area of the physical screen
>regardless of rotation and I also have the behaviour of having the align pen
>routine repeat itself many times unless you tap away from the crosses.
Yes, tapping away from the crosses does work but I couldn't find the
right combination in one of the rotations possibly because my unit has a
more severe problem.
>I could continue to remove material from the screen bezel but the fit of my
>good machines is very tight to the screen - so it there any point?
I would not think so.
>I can't get over the fact that so many machines have the same fault - we
>must be missing some piece of information. I'll ask Mike Day.
I agree that there's got to be a clue as to how they all got this way.
>If the fault moves with the screen and not the motherboard it must be the HW
>of the touchscreen elements as their contacts go directly to the MB and are
>not handled by the circuits in the screen sub-assembly.
I sure of this, the fault move with the screen.
>>Thanks for the info, I didn't realize I was that close to removing the
>I forgot to mention another gold screw at the contact end of the battery
OK, I'll look out for that one as well, thanks
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