02-01-2019 02:50 AM
Any others with Case/Complaint numbers they can post on here to continue to build the case?
Lenovo for me still havent provided detail on what if anything has changed to the faulty anti-glare film, but have tried to suggest the "revised" keyboard is part of the fix (doesnt address the root cause though).
But two questions still remain unanswered.
If you can’t provide an answer to question 1. then at least an answer to question 2. is required as this goes to the root cause of the issue. Without the above information a full refund is required and I will go an purchase a product that does not have a faulty screen from the factory.
From: Lenovo_Hong Kong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, February 1, 2019 11:01 AM
To: Brett Silich <email@example.com>
Cc: Lenovo Service Center <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: [External] RE: Lenovo Service Centre (Machine S/N: PF1FQUY2- Parts Arrival)
Our reference: H08865
Dear Mr. Silich,
Reference is made to your further email dated January 30, 2019 regarding your comment our repairing service of Lenovo X1 Tablet GEN 3 M/T: 20KJCTO1WW S/N: PF1FQUY2 (“the machine”) is much appreciated. Once again, thank you very much for bringing the matter to our attention. We would like to address your concerns as follows.
As per our previous replies, we would like to re-iterate that the issue mentioned on the Lenovo forum has been fixed last year. An enhanced keyboard is released. Since your order was accepted and shipped from our plant after the fix, we would like to re-state that your machine is not impacted by such issue. As a result, we hope to obtain your kind understanding that our special offer of a one-off free repairing service (part and labor) to the machine is made upon customer satisfaction. Based on the above-mentioned and according to our Limited Warranty, the replacement part provided by Lenovo will be in good working order and at least functionally equivalent to the original part. In addition, only after-sales repairing service to the machine on hardware fixing during warranty period. Hence, customer is advised to contact or visit our Service Center to obtain our in or out warranty repair service if hardware failure is found on the machine.
Besides, regarding your concern on our repair service, as per our previous reply, our repair service takes around 4 to 5 working days (subjects to related part(s) availability). In view of customer satisfaction, our Service Center has specially reserved related parts (LCD and keyboard) for replacement and would like to offer you an express service to complete the aforesaid repair service on the same day, provided that you are invited to visit our Service Center in the morning at your earliest convenience (Address: Unit B & C, 10/F, Grandion Plaza, 932 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon. Office hours: Mondays to Fridays (11am to 7pm) and Saturdays (10am to 3pm), excluding HK public holidays).
Once again, thank you for taking the time to share your concern with us, which is indispensable to our growth. We highly value our customers’ satisfaction and look forward to the pleasure of offering our customers excellent service in the future. Should you have any further comments, please do not hesitate to contact our Service Center at (852) 3140 2788 or via email at email@example.com.
02-01-2019 03:04 AM
Also. Who if anyone has been issued with the enchanced/revised keyboard? Can photos be posted (including part/serial numbers), not that this is the issue of course and ammusing that Lenovo engineers waste time trying to fix something that is just a bandaid and not satisfactory.
02-01-2019 03:10 AM
Well .. out of my own experience I can definitely tell you the keyboard hasn't got anything to do with it .. I even get coating peeling off in areas where I do increased fingertapping .. (Asphalt 9 is a great example where there are two areas in the screen where the touch controls are ...) ... What I do believe is that the keyboard causes the same type damage .. But is not the root cause .. Root cause for me still remains flawed coating ..
02-02-2019 03:37 PM
Hi, i have the same exact issus, purchase 2 month ago, and there are scracthes one big and other are tiny. Case #407PY4Q, lets see what happened. Also attached the picture for reference.
02-02-2019 09:51 PM
Welp, after exchanging my x1 tablet for a new x1 tablet one month ago, today I discovered several scratches in the upper corner on the opposite side where the fingerprinter is, almost the exact same location where my previous x1 tablet's scratches were located. I called technical support in Atlanta, Georgia, and the woman said she hadn't heard of this problem with the x1 tablets before. Sigh, so frustrating!
02-10-2019 11:13 AM
Looks like a potential class action may be underway:
02-10-2019 11:36 AM
I got the tablet from the service. They changed my screen for free. The service have confirmed that lenovo knows about this problem and they also issued the keypad and display with special code that resolve the problem. My tablet was produced at the end of December but only the keyboard had the new code (in which theoretically solved the problem) but the screen was the old model that scratch very easy. To be sure for the future, I put the screen protector (brotech air glass - fit very good). Now the tablet is ok.
02-10-2019 11:54 AM
The service told me that if they have a problem with the screen scratches ,they must order new led screen with special code that resolve the problem. Also the tablet must have the new keyboard
02-10-2019 02:15 PM
I had my screen replaced under warranty about 5 weeks ago because the coating started to pick off after only a few weeks of light use. After the same light use (find hidden objects with the stylus and navigate with my finger in G5 games), my screen is full of fine scratches.
It's clear to me that Lenovo still has a problem that has not been solved. I plan on having the screen replaced again with, hopefully, an improved screen. Is that even possible?