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You could have a low quality replacement screen or your housing is dented. See the attached image for an example.
[image|983498]
-It's a minor dent but it pushes the screen frame down by almost 1 mm. If you housing has more damage, which is not uncommon when a screen is broken, then you need to hammer it (very gently) back into place. I like to use a metal spudger [https://www.amazon.com/InterfuseTM-Metal-Spudger-Opening-Repair/dp/B008DZHD2C|like this] . You can use the round end for the corners and the flat end for the straight edges.
+It's a minor dent but it pushes the screen frame down by almost 1 mm. If your housing is damaged, which is not uncommon when a screen is broken, then you need to hammer it (very gently) back into place. I like to use a metal spudger [https://www.amazon.com/InterfuseTM-Metal-Spudger-Opening-Repair/dp/B008DZHD2C|like this] . You can use the round end for the corners and the flat end for the straight edges.
Be gentle as the aluminum housing can break very easily.

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You could have a low quality replacement screen or your housing is dented. See the attached image for an example.
[image|983498]
-It's a minor dent but it pushes the screen frame down by almost a mm. If you housing has more damage, which is not uncommon when a screen is broken, then you need to hammer it (very gently) back into place. I like to use a metal spudger [https://www.amazon.com/InterfuseTM-Metal-Spudger-Opening-Repair/dp/B008DZHD2C|like this] . You can use the round end for the corners and the flat end for the straight edges.
+It's a minor dent but it pushes the screen frame down by almost 1 mm. If you housing has more damage, which is not uncommon when a screen is broken, then you need to hammer it (very gently) back into place. I like to use a metal spudger [https://www.amazon.com/InterfuseTM-Metal-Spudger-Opening-Repair/dp/B008DZHD2C|like this] . You can use the round end for the corners and the flat end for the straight edges.
Be gentle as the aluminum housing can break very easily.

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Bearbeitet von: Minho ,

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You could have a low quality replacement screen or your housing is dented. See the attached image for an example.
-[image|983492]
+[image|983498]
It's a minor dent but it pushes the screen frame down by almost a mm. If you housing has more damage, which is not uncommon when a screen is broken, then you need to hammer it (very gently) back into place. I like to use a metal spudger [https://www.amazon.com/InterfuseTM-Metal-Spudger-Opening-Repair/dp/B008DZHD2C|like this] . You can use the round end for the corners and the flat end for the straight edges.
Be gentle as the aluminum housing can break very easily.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Minho ,

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You could have a low quality replacement screen or your housing is dented. See the attached image for an example.

[image|983492]

It's a minor dent but it pushes the screen frame down by almost a mm. If you housing has more damage, which is not uncommon when a screen is broken, then you need to hammer it (very gently) back into place. I like to use a metal spudger [https://www.amazon.com/InterfuseTM-Metal-Spudger-Opening-Repair/dp/B008DZHD2C|like this] . You can use the round end for the corners and the flat end for the straight edges.

Be gentle as the aluminum housing can break very easily.

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