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Old 05-24-2009, 01:59 PM
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A few weeks ago, I cracked my screen. My replacement arrived today and I attempted to do the repair. Unfortunately murphy was with me and I encountered two problems.

The first is relatively strait forward. I've got a small rubber part that I didn't see where it came from, and am not sure where/how to reattach it, although I'm guessing it's responsible for making the power switch springy.
http://www.orthogonaltonormal.com/mi...nExtraPart.jpg

The second, more serious one is that while reassembling it I broke the solder joints connecting the wires to the control panel. If I can't find someone local to fix it, can anyone recomend an repair company I could send it to?
http://www.orthogonaltonormal.com/mi...BrokenWire.jpg

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Old 05-24-2009, 04:07 PM
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The first is relatively strait forward. I've got a small rubber part that I didn't see where it came from, and am not sure where/how to reattach it, although I'm guessing it's responsible for making the power switch springy.
http://www.orthogonaltonormal.com/mi...nExtraPart.jpg

I found this part in a rereview of the disassembly pictures. It's part of the mic assembly.
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Old 05-24-2009, 04:13 PM
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where are you located??
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Old 05-24-2009, 04:18 PM
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Johnstown PA (75mi east of Pittsburgh), aka the boonies.

PS my local hopes are resting ona few coworkers that I think might be able to do the work.
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Hey, Summoner, I am considering replacing my Zen X-Fi LCD on my own. Did you have to do any soldering to get the new LCD working?
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