Re: [NTLK] Interesting Screen Anomaly on 2100, Anyone...

From: Woody Smith <>
Date: Sun Sep 14 2008 - 15:45:30 EDT

have a look here at Frank Gruendel's site
The digitizer, touch sensitive layer has the textured surface with a
photo here at Daniel Padilla's site

This is adhered (slight tackiness if I recall correctly) to the actual
display. then behind the display is the reflective/backlight surface.

If you plan to disassemble the 2100 be sure to follow Franks careful
systematic instructions.


On Sep 14, 2008, at 1:54 PM, Ryan Vetter wrote:

> Hi:
> Thanks for responding. I did check the edges, etc. and I don't
> think there is a screen protector.
> These are classic Newton's rings like in photography, which tells me
> that there is a film either over top of the glass that is partly
> loose (air pockets = Newton's rings) or that the film is in between
> two glass sheets: I think the former as you have stated? That is,
> the film is overlayed on top of the glass. I don't know the
> solution other than to take the whole thing apart. Anyone have any
> experience taking apart the LCD? Replacing the film?

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