An upgraded version of the Microsoft Surface, the Microsoft Surface Pro (1514) Laptop/Tablet hybrid is very difficult to open and repair without further breaking the device.

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Surface Pro screen popping out of the chassis

I've been using my Surface Pro intensivily for about three years, most of times doing intensive tasks that generate a lot of heat, which would explain the problem.

It seems like the glue that holds the screen in place is starting to let go, so the screen is starting to pop out in the bottom right corner

So, my question is, what is the best way to put it back in place?

I thought about using double sided tape, but I don't think the space is big enough to actually put it there safely.

I've also thought about using some kind of glue or adhesive, but I'm not really sure about exactly what and how.

Here's a picture of how it looks like:

Thank you.

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I use B7000 liquid glue. Works well.

Basically put some glue under the glass, use tape to secure it into place and apply pressure.

Glue will take some time to set. Minimum 30 minutes.

Easy to rub off the excess glue too.

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