Screen replacement, 2nd fail...So after I ordered my new HTC10, I decided to take a step and practice on my Nexus 6 to try my first screen repair glass...
Answer to "Screen only works when pressing behind top left corner"Imad Knight s answer is partially correct, it sounds like whatever connection is there, where or near where you are pressing is not getting good contact. This could unfortunately be more than just a loose connection, so going in and pushing on everything that looks like a connection is not the answer. You said you did a screen replacement right? So you should know where the connections are for the digitizer, if they are all making good contact to clean contact points and still not working, you could have a cracked solder joint, in which case a repair or reflow will need to be performed to regain continuity, or could be even a broken ZIF connection, kinked ribbon cable, etc. . If you come to find out that every thing seems OK and the only thing that seems to work is applying pressure to the point you mentioned, then one way of "repairing it" is to place something non conductive on top of the connection as a wedge so that when it is closed back up, the material you inserted is essentially doing the same...
Answer to "screen repair without lcd or digitizer"This is a 100% possible fix and can be done at home with very little spent in tools if you already have basic tools. This is not easy but if you are relatively comfortable with doing this type of work than you should definitely try it. You can separate the glass from the digitizer using some super thin (0.10mm) high tensile strength gold cutting wire. There is videos on YouTube showing the procedure but important is keeping the pressure towards the glass, not the digitizer, and taking your time. When you buy a new screen and digitizer, it is a 90% chance what you are actually buying is a refurbished display that someone else has done this same procedure to. After removing the cracked screen from the digitizer and cleaning off the old glue, you can bond the new screen on using LOCA glue and UV light. I use the same light that is used for doing nails in a beauty salon. you can pick one up for about 25-30 dollars on amazon. Then you can either keep it in your tool-set or give it to your wife/girlfriend to do...
Answer to "My Belkin WeMo Switch Universal F7C027FC is stuck on an old schedule"I think this is the actual fix to your problem although based on the information you have given I could be mistaken and you may have already attempted this, however... To perform a hard factory reset of the wemo: (1) Unplug the wemo (2) Unplug any subsequent devices which the wemo switch may be controlling. (3) Find the button on the top of the unit labeled restore. (4) With the unit still unplugged, press the restore button and continue to hold . With the restore button countinuosly held down, plug the Wemo unit back into the outlet.. (5) Make sure you keep the restore button pressed down until the unit is completely plugged back into the wall. (6) * During this whole process, nothing should be plugged into the accessory outlet of the wemo unit. (7) After the Wemo unit is completely finished its boot process, you will now be able to set it up like the first day you got it with no rules or definitions set. Hope that helps