01-10-2019 01:25 AM
I've bought a brand new Lenovo Legion Y530 (GTX1060).
The IPS screen has backlight bleeding. Anyone suffers this problem?
I examined the laptop and i think the bezel is pinching the screen so tight?
Is there a fix?
Thanks in advance.
01-10-2019 06:14 AM
Welcome to the Community Forums.
There are some reported screen bleed here in the community. Depending to the extent, it would be best to have it reported to technical support for options as early as possible. You can take a photo of the screen on different angles and background colors for them to evaluate.
There are times that this maybe due to some tight screws but it would be better to have the tech guys with you if you are to loosen it a bit for guidance and warranty oversight.
I hope this helps answer your query.
Update us how it goes.
01-11-2019 12:31 AM
01-11-2019 05:08 AM
In all tech equiptment are standards being maintained. Strict certification are set to those with International standards like laptops with major companies. Considerations such as vibrational frequencies during transport is an example which can loosen screws (so screw should be tight).
Further reviews on screen bleed are usual among gadgets with LCD screen being reported which would show that such event is not brand/manufacture limited so it can be said that such is an isolated event.
In effect, manufacturer warranty goes with the machines in most times. Store return options for the devices are also available for consumers to a certain duration. Discuss with your tech on the best option both parties can agree on.
01-14-2019 04:53 AM
There are degrees of tolerable display issue. So as mentioned such solution is best provided as you explore options with your tech support team. You can also talk with the store personnel for other options too.