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Who Know How to Disassemble TF701T?

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By AngryDinosaur, Senior Member on 18th January 2014, 04:19 PM
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I want to re-glue the loose bezel
 
 
18th January 2014, 04:56 PM |#2  
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Never mind i figured it out. A lot easier than TF700.

If anyone need help on How-To, post below or PM.

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19th January 2014, 01:50 AM |#3  
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Never mind i figured it out. A lot easier than TF700.

If anyone need help on How-To, post below or PM.

Cheers

I am, after receiving two tablets with the Problem of a lose bezel.
19th January 2014, 05:07 AM |#4  
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I am, after receiving two tablets with the Problem of a lose bezel.

  • Move slowly in every step
  • alright first, power off tablet
  • locate the two screws, one in each docking port ( be careful of the screws they are very tiny ) ONLY TWO SCREWS TOTAL
  • use the screwdriver to push towards the glass from inside the docking port. ( be careful, push slowly the glass is only held down with plastic clip )
  • Use prying tool to lift up the glass, focus on the area thats loose.
  • apply a thin layer of glue ( i used Krazy glue ) to the glass edge
  • push glass back in place and screw the screws back

I should have taken pictures
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23rd January 2014, 02:45 PM |#5  
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I am, after receiving two tablets with the Problem of a lose bezel.

did it work for you?
24th January 2014, 12:23 PM |#6  
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did it work for you?

Sorry, no, I had to send the third one back to because a loud crack is to be heard when softly whincing the tablet. I'm not going to repair faulty devices on my own as long as there is warranty.

Now I wait for the next charge of TF701 (newer than 11.2013) to see if Asus has addressed this problem.
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Sorry, no, I had to send the third one back to because a loud crack is to be heard when softly whincing the tablet. I'm not going to repair faulty devices on my own as long as there is warranty.

Now I wait for the next charge of TF701 (newer than 11.2013) to see if Asus has addressed this problem.

good luck
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Sorry to revive an old thread but I have no idea how to seperate the lcd from the digitizer. My problem is much worse than a lose bezel. The tablet fell and well..shattered. Digitizer is gone but LCD is ok. So I found on ebay a digitizer on it's own but before buying it, I want to first know how to seperate the LCD so I can reuse it.

Attached is the disassembled LCD + Digitizer.

I got to this part but can't figure out how to take out the LCD. I don't know if you can see, but there are like plastic clips all around the LCD. How do I take it out? I am not even sure if it is taped or not at this point. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Robert
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26th February 2015, 02:37 AM |#9  
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There are a couple of good videos on YouTube about screen replacement on the TF300 and 700 - which are basically the same. One is by FixPhone Land, the other by AJ parts UK. The latter is the better one IMO.
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There are a couple of good videos on YouTube about screen replacement on the TF300 and 700 - which are basically the same. One is by FixPhone Land, the other by AJ parts UK. The latter is the better one IMO.

I got to the part where I have the glass/digitizer/lcd bit in my hand but I will not go through the effort of seperating the glass from the digitizer. A new digitizer and glass will cost 105 with shipping, and I do not think it is worth repairing. I will assemble it and sell it as broken for parts.

Thanks anyway.
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