1. KiiKeEp's Avatar
    my screen started lifting yesterday in the inferior right side, so I decided to disassembly the passport and I tighten the lateral screws that are on the motherboard (the ones that links the motherboard with the bessels and the screen, and.. voila! like new.

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    05-10-16 10:46 AM
  2. RoseBud68's Avatar
    What....no picture!

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    05-10-16 11:15 AM
  3. KiiKeEp's Avatar
    nope, I don't have another camera at the moment, but maybe tonight

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    05-10-16 12:12 PM
  4. MB64's Avatar
    nope, I don't have another camera at the moment, but maybe tonight

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    Lol

    Posted via CB10
    05-10-16 12:15 PM
  5. sesp9's Avatar
    Interesting...How loose were the lateral screws?

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    Last edited by sesp9; 05-10-16 at 10:43 PM.
    05-10-16 12:16 PM
  6. jope28's Avatar
    Man, you need to record these things to serve as tutorials for the rest of us!!! :-p


     Passport/SQW100-3 .2876 CB10 
    05-10-16 12:30 PM
  7. MB64's Avatar
    Lol, I agree. I may just venture and get a cheaper OG rather than the SE.

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    05-10-16 12:45 PM
  8. tommo7788's Avatar
    Which part was lifting? I thought the screen was glued to the frame, then that was screwed to the silver frame.

    I think 'most' people's screen lift requires a re glue, like mine!
    I solved my screen lifting issue!-img-20160510-wa000.jpg

    Hard to see from the pic but screen and screen frame are two parts.

    Posted from my passport not 'running the google'
    Last edited by tommo7788; 05-10-16 at 02:30 PM.
    05-10-16 12:47 PM
  9. S1lv1o's Avatar
    No screen lift here (SE, knock on wood), but useful info...
    05-10-16 03:32 PM
  10. sansanakaduc's Avatar
    Which part was lifting? I thought the screen was glued to the frame, then that was screwed to the silver frame.

    I think 'most' people's screen lift requires a re glue, like mine!
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    Hard to see from the pic but screen and screen frame are two parts.

    Posted from my passport not 'running the google'
    Is this the extent of the screen lift? That's insane. No screen lift here so far.

    Sent from the pure awesomeness of my  Passport SE
    05-10-16 08:13 PM
  11. KiiKeEp's Avatar
    mine was identical, the screw that I tighten was the one marked green, I removed all the motherboard because I cleaned the prox sensor, but you only have to remove the screw and put it again while you make pressure with your fingers to make the screen catch the screw
    I solved my screen lifting issue!-20160510221539.jpg


    then I assembled the phone and to make sure it will work better I used one of this to make pressure on that part of the screen

    I solved my screen lifting issue!-100308846.jpg


    I applied heat with a hair drier for about 4 mins and let it for an hour with the tweezers thing, and my phone is perfect now

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    05-10-16 10:21 PM
  12. double_fault's Avatar
    Impressive.

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    05-10-16 10:42 PM
  13. sid89's Avatar
    Interesting!!

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    05-11-16 06:06 AM
  14. tommo7788's Avatar
    I think the heat and clamps did the trick for you.

    Here's a pic of the back of the lcd

    I solved my screen lifting issue!-img_20160511_114253.png

    I don't think the lcd is attached with screws

    Posted from my passport not 'running the google'
    05-11-16 07:25 AM
  15. KiiKeEp's Avatar
    but in many cases the screen lifts out with the thin black bessel arrount it, and that's the one with the screw, I think it was my case, my screen stills perfect

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    05-12-16 02:16 AM
  16. IndianTiwari's Avatar
    Excellent . Thanks for sharing .
    05-12-16 08:27 AM
  17. Jmmorales's Avatar
    I tried the rescrew way didn't really work but did find I could use a clear silicon a small dab with a toothpick and held it in place for a good thirty min with a heavy book and is like new total functionality and no screen lift issue anymore

    Forgiven
    10-12-16 08:36 PM
  18. little marto's Avatar
    I had that problem as well and send it to repair shop...few long weeks and was done for free. That was ok till 4 months later,when the same problem occur again
    I though, **** that...live it as it is. Get over and move on. But, no...front facing camera start collecting a lots of fine dust and that was annoying for me. So yesterday I got it and using mitred glue ( I am working as a carpenter ) I managed to glue it down.
    Just hat to lift the screen enough to clear camera lens, remove some of the original glue and you had to use pin to place dot of glue in top right corner, just next to camera ( lots of space) and along the screen going down and to the speaker. Then press it and wait till glue cures. If any glue gets out,just clean it ( hard part of the job) ,and you are ready.
    Had no problems so far. Passport works as well as before.
    If you want, you can tape the screen using low tack tape.
    Have fun.

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    10-16-16 04:02 AM
  19. anon(679606)'s Avatar
    mine was identical, the screw that I tighten was the one marked green, I removed all the motherboard because I cleaned the prox sensor, but you only have to remove the screw and put it again while you make pressure with your fingers to make the screen catch the screw
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    then I assembled the phone and to make sure it will work better I used one of this to make pressure on that part of the screen

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    I applied heat with a hair drier for about 4 mins and let it for an hour with the tweezers thing, and my phone is perfect now

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    Clothes-Pins

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    10-16-16 05:04 AM
  20. mitul_mehta's Avatar
    Same issue with mine. I went to the service center and they replaced it with a new one by refitting with a machine so that it's perfectly and glued to the bezel.
    10-16-16 07:36 AM
  21. Voja Markovic's Avatar
    My passport se has minor screen lifting issues in the left top corner.
    Can I fix that with tightening the screw under the top back cover or is it more complex? I don' t want to use glue or silicon.

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    10-18-16 02:10 AM
  22. S1lv1o's Avatar
    No probs here, but great info.
    10-18-16 10:30 AM
  23. Low Joe's Avatar
    I just put a drop of super glue under the lifting corning. Holding well and touch screen still works.

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    10-23-16 08:16 PM
  24. morizek's Avatar
    I think it happens only to those who frequently stores their PP face down (my case).

    I've started to face the lifting issue too at the bottom edge, right when 2-year warranty expired.

    Not decided yet which way to fix it, considering to disassemble it completely and re-tape it if feasible.

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    01-07-17 03:20 AM
  25. The_Passporter's Avatar
    I think it happens only to those who frequently stores their PP face down (my case).

    I've started to face the lifting issue too at the bottom edge, right when 2-year warranty expired.

    Not decided yet which way to fix it, considering to disassemble it completely and re-tape it if feasible.

    Posted via CB10
    I ordered a new screen assembly with tools from Amazon but had to go to the store and buy a complete electronics screwdriver set for $19 cause one of the tools was cheap or wrong size. Needless to say the new screen works great and looks great. Now I can take the time necessary to look at the original screen to see if I should glue which I may but now will be much easier to clean and fix.
    So after I fix the original screen I will have a spare screen in case the newly installed one breaks and that is on my spare Passport so I won't be missing a step for quite some time lol.

    Posted via CB10
    01-08-17 11:43 AM

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