Model 100, again

From: John Ruschmeyer <>
Date: Mon Nov 17 23:36:31 1997

> At 01:32 AM 11/17/97 +0000, you wrote:
> >The interconnection
> >between actual LCD glass and the PCB is not that hard to take apart
> >to clean and easy to align together and screw them back together?
> I had a badly misaligned T200 display that I attempted to realign...
> realignment is not as easy as it would seem, and yet on my 3rd attempt it
> was *perfectly* aligned. I had all of the tabs twisted back with decent
> pressure and it was still holding... then, alas, the *last* tab broke, and
> it was close to a corner, easily wiping out 10-15% of the display. It was
> already a lost cause so there was nothing to lose, but I speak from
> experience -- it's tough to bring these LCD's back from the dead.

Out of curiousity, what is the symptoms of a "badly misaligned" display?
I have an M100 which is showing nothing but a couple of big bars and some
random video noise. From typing blind I can tell it is not a CPU problem.

Part of the reason I ask is that this particular system may have taken a
bang or two, though there is no obvious damage.

Received on Mon Nov 17 1997 - 23:36:31 GMT

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