How to dismantle the screen.

When closed, this PC suffered a blow to the right hand corner of the hinged side, denting the corners of the screen and the keyboard.

It appears that there is now loose connection, which intermittently causes the screen to become "unstable" and the mouse pointer to be duplicated. One pointer will not work, the second one flickers but will move and work.

I can temporarily rectify this by squeezing bottom right hand corner of the screen between my thumb and forefinger.

I imagine there is a loose connection inside. If I could open the tablet up maybe I could find the problem?

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Just what I needed, and very quick reply. thankyou.


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Here is a link which shows how to dis assemble an Asus T100 so as to replace the LCD screen.

Hopefully this is of some help.

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Thanks for the prompt reply. Hope I can determine where the fault is!


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