Loose screen connection on P34W V5

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  1. Battlantis

    Battlantis Newbie

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    I've had the laptop since the beginning of the year, and pretty much from start there has been a bit of a loose connection with the screen. The screen would flicker and have some lines and slightly off colours when turning of after transporting, but I would just press around the screen connection at the bottom of the bezel and it would sort itself out. However, in the last few days this hasn't worked.

    I would rather not have to send the laptop in for warranty so I wanted to remove the bezel and try to reseat the connection to hopefully fix it permanently, but I'm not sure how to remove the bezel. There are no obvious screws and it doesn't seem to clip off very easily and I don't want to force it if I'm not certain about it. Does anyone have any idea about how the bezel comes off?

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  2. rinneh

    rinneh Notebook Prophet

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    Its stuck on with adhesive as far as i know.
     
  3. Battlantis

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    I suppose that makes sense, not really something I want to play around with. I guess I'll have to send it off for a warranty repair. I did open up the laptop to replace the M.2 and the HDD, any idea if that affects the warranty at all?
     
  4. GIGABYTE Laptop

    GIGABYTE Laptop Company Representative

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    This will not affect your warranty.

    Thanks!

    GIGABYTE NB
     
  5. Support.2@XOTIC PC

    Support.2@XOTIC PC Company Representative

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    Definitely adhesive and some strong adhesive, wouldn't recommend doing this without a lot of experience as we have seen screens cracked etc.
     
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