[Q] Problem with NOOK HD+ LCD Screen distortion
Got my NOOK HD+ a few weeks ago and I have been really satisfied with it. I love the big screen and how smooth Cyanogenmod runs on it.
Yesterday I noticed that if I apply SLIGHT pressure on the plastic sides of the NOOK (not the screen!) the lcd distorts. With distortion I mean that the LCD fluid gets visable and you see white marks (just like oil on water) on the screen. Those disappear when the pressure goes away.
For those of you who might say "it is a touch screen, not a press-incredibly-hard-screen": I am really not pressing hard, just e.g. when you hold the NOOK with one hand - there is automatically pressure where your hand holds it.
Now: Have any of you experience that too? I know that LCD screens do that. I know how they work. But is it normal that I get that effect when I barely put pressure on the sides of the NOOK?
PS: For those who still don't know what I am talking about, this video shows this effect pretty good (even though the guy seems to press really hard ON the screen): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPtwGfzchA8
Thanks in advance. I just want to know if you guys thinks it is normal or of I should start flashing stock and claim a replacement.
Phone: HTC Sensation
ROM: CM 11 by SultanXDA
Kernel: Pure Kernel 1.3.1 by SultanXDA
Recovery: 4EXT Touch v220.127.116.11 RC1
Accessories: Casemate Solid Case | Anker 1900 mAh | Sandisk 16 GB Class 10
Phone history: Motorola RAZR (2004) - Sony Ericsson W350i - BlackBerry 8830 - HTC ChaCha - HTC HD2 - HTC Sensation
Tablet: Nook HD+
ROM: CM 10.2 Stable
Kernel: 8x8 Fuzz Kernel by drmarble
Recovery: CWM v18.104.22.168
Accessories: FINTIE Slim Fit Folio Case | Sandisk 16 GB Class 10