On 07/03/02 14:00, "Anton Balaban" <balaban_at_mac.com> wrote:
> "Marco Mailand" <Newton2k1_at_mac.com> wrote:
>> I've so far never striped down a MP1x0 to the pen digitizer contacts and
>> thus I don't know what materials make the contact. You wrote that you
>> cleaned the case where it contacts the screen, but the question is: Did
>> clean the metal surfaces of both sides too or only the case or maybe only
>> one side of the contacts?
> No, it's my bad English :-) I cleaned the case where it _touches_ the
> screen. And the screen where it touches the case. (is this in English?
> Not sure :-) Just to remove all dirt from there. I didn't tried to clean
> electrical contacts of the screen. Maybe next time I should try, but
> disassembling of MP1x0 is such a hassle.
I'm by no mean an expert, but I think that based on the messages from people
who took the plunge and did the cleaning, the most important part to clean
was actually the electrical contacts, at least for a MP2x00, where the
misalignment seems to be more severe...
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