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Topic # 7346 7-Apr-2006 16:17
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Hi there...

I have an HTC 6700 and have to re align the screen 2, 3 or more times a day most days.

Whats up? I have hard reset the device and still does it, did it from day one.



Any ideas would be appreciated

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Reply # 32513 7-Apr-2006 16:26
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It could be a lot of different things: duist under between the screen and the case, a disaligned screen, broken digitiser, etc...

If you clean around the edge where the screen meets the case and it still does it, then you might have to send in for service.







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  Reply # 32514 7-Apr-2006 16:31
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Roger that..yeah...did it a day after I got it when the creen was clean. I think you may be right, might be a wonky unit.

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  Reply # 32763 11-Apr-2006 00:20
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I seem to remember reading about someone with a similar problem and he figured it was because
he used his finger to touch it mainly.  Not sure if he was right though.



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  Reply # 32783 11-Apr-2006 11:18
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It would be great if it was that. But no.



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  Reply # 33581 21-Apr-2006 14:04
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Well done Telecom...all fixed with a NEW LCD screen. The Device now has a small high pitched squeal that sounds like a dry solder join emitting from it though. Might have to take it back in.

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