From: Frank Gruendel (newtontalk_at_pda-soft.de)
Date: Wed Jun 29 2005 - 14:11:11 PDT
> the best known way to get rid of the jaggies so far is to
> disassemble the Newt until th epoint where you can reach
> and disconnect the flexible PCB connection between the
> digitizer and the main board, called logic board.
> THE MAIN STEP then is to CLEAN the contacts of the flex PCB.
> Now you can re-assemble your Newt and teh Jaggies should
> belong to the past.
Not that I want to discourage anybody, but for me cleaning the
flex cable has never fixed a case of Jaggies. Neither has anything
else (hard reset, shaving material off the inside of the bezel, ...)
100% of my jaggie patients had to be cured by digitizer replacement.
However, the original question was about a misalignment problem.
This is an altogether different cup of tea and has nothing to do
with the jaggies. Except for the fact that like the jaggies I have
never been able to fix such a problem without a digitizer replacement.
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