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Hi,
As a DIY repair all you can do is to open the tablet and check if the LCD display flex cable connection is secure to the systemboard and if so, then to temporarily replace the display module and check if it now works OK.
Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help to do this.
[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B.
Then click on ''Select Commodity > Covers all second LCD & LED Displays'' to find the part number for the display assembly. Then search online using the part number ''only'' to get suppliers that suit you. The part number is usually also printed on the back of the LCD display somewhere if you wish to verify that you have the correct one.
-Although it appears that the same displays are used in all 3 variants except the -0A version has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)
+It appears that the same displays are used in all 3 variants, except the -0A version which has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
As a DIY repair all you can do is to open the tablet and check if the LCD display flex cable connection is secure to the systemboard and if so, then to temporarily replace the display module and check if it now works OK.
Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help to do this.
[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B.
Then click on ''Select Commodity > Covers all second LCD & LED Displays'' to find the part number for the display assembly. Then search online using the part number ''only'' to get suppliers that suit you. The part number is usually also printed on the back of the LCD display somewhere if you wish to verify that you have the correct one.
-Although it appears that the same display is used in all 3 variants except the -0A version has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)
+Although it appears that the same displays are used in all 3 variants except the -0A version has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
As a DIY repair all you can do is to open the tablet and check if the LCD display flex cable connection is secure to the systemboard and if so, then to temporarily replace the display module and check if it now works OK.
Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help to do this.
-[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B. (although it appears that the same display is used in all 3 variants except the -0A version has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)
+[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B.
Then click on ''Select Commodity > Covers all second LCD & LED Displays'' to find the part number for the display assembly. Then search online using the part number ''only'' to get suppliers that suit you. The part number is usually also printed on the back of the LCD display somewhere if you wish to verify that you have the correct one.
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+Although it appears that the same display is used in all 3 variants except the -0A version has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
As a DIY repair all you can do is to open the tablet and check if the LCD display flex cable connection is secure to the systemboard and if so, then to temporarily replace the display module and check if it now works OK.
Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help to do this.
-[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B.
+[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B. (although it appears that the same display is used in all 3 variants except the -0A version has only the one option (part #5D68C02838), whereas the others have two to choose from, (part #5D68C02838 & #5D68C07614)
Then click on ''Select Commodity > Covers all second LCD & LED Displays'' to find the part number for the display assembly. Then search online using the part number ''only'' to get suppliers that suit you. The part number is usually also printed on the back of the LCD display somewhere if you wish to verify that you have the correct one.

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
As a DIY repair all you can do is to open the tablet and check if the LCD display flex cable connection is secure to the systemboard and if so, then to temporarily replace the display module and check if it now works OK.
-Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help too do this.
+Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help to do this.
[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B.
Then click on ''Select Commodity > Covers all second LCD & LED Displays'' to find the part number for the display assembly. Then search online using the part number ''only'' to get suppliers that suit you. The part number is usually also printed on the back of the LCD display somewhere if you wish to verify that you have the correct one.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: jayeff ,

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Hi,

As a DIY repair all you can do is to open the tablet and check if the LCD display flex cable connection is secure to the systemboard and if so, then to temporarily replace the display module and check if it now works OK.

Here’s the ifixit [guide|99880] guide which will help too do this.

[https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/partslookup|Here] is a link that will get you the correct replacement part for your particular model variant. Type ''YT3 850F'' (if this is part of your model number) in the search box and then select which model variant is yours i.e. ZA09, ZA0A or ZA0B.

Then click on ''Select Commodity > Covers all second LCD & LED Displays'' to find the part number for the display assembly. Then search online using the part number ''only'' to get suppliers that suit you. The part number is usually also printed on the back of the LCD display somewhere if you wish to verify that you have the correct one.

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