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CubanoLibre
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Air Bubble In LCD Screen S510P Touch

I have a Lenovo ideapad S510p Touch and have developed bubbles on the lower edge of my screen.  How do I proceed to have this problem fixed?  Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Air Bubble In LCD Screen S510P Touch

Hi CubanoLibre , 

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

Bubble formations may be due to optimizer issue on the sheets of the LCD panel itself and can be regarded similar to repair conditions for dead pixels policy . Best way to proceed is to call in technical support as this most likely be warranted for LCD repair. 

 

Hope this help answer your query. 

Update us how it goes. 

 

Regards



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Re: Air Bubble In LCD Screen S510P Touch

Out of warranty.  Now I have 3 small air bubble on the lower edge of the screen and they appear to be growing in size.  Pressing on top of them sometimes changes their size, but they come back.  Any solution other than replacing screen?  Do I have to replace screen and digitizer?

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Re: Air Bubble In LCD Screen S510P Touch

Hi CubanoLibre ,

 

Greetings. 

 

Some tried pushing out as you did but still had same issue as this packets are within the LCD panel itself so basic disassembly of the panel (page 61) then pushing the panel maybe of little help and lcd panel disassembly is too risky.

 

Keeping things the way they are at the moment and taking care of opening and closing the lid (less stress and strain) can help prevent further progression as heat can also contribute to it . Using external monitor display can be an alternate option if needed in prolonged usage.

 

Take caution on other other steps the internet suggest as LCD assembly are sensitive.

 

Regards

 



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