Help with Touch Enabled Laptop Screen on Acer Aspire
bbiAngie last edited by scottalanmiller
So one of my users brought me her daughters laptop. She dropped it on the corner and the glass on the front broke. Since this is a touchscreen. I am thinking if I disconnect the touch panel, the LCD should continue to work okay. The problem is that I have no idea which one is the "plug" for the touch interface. Can anyone here help me out? It is an Acer Aspire V5-571P-6649.
Jason Banned last edited by
You work on users personal devices?
But, I would think that middle grey cable that goes in the green circuit board is it. You should be able to look up the board part numbers and get more of an idea.
As long as I have time for it yea. Usually its small stuff. This one is on the more difficult side of what I usually do but it doesn't take long to take apart a laptop.
dafyre last edited by
@bbiAngie It's getting it back together without damaging anything that's the trick, ha ha ha.
DustinB3403 last edited by
And without to many "extra" parts remaining behind.
I have a method. Problem is when she dropped it she broke some important screw mounts. so far its going together well though
@Jason You were spot on with the grey cable. Thanks!
My mission was successful. Its working. Only have about 40 minutes total into it. 1/2 that was while eating lunch yesterday!
stacksofplates last edited by stacksofplates
If you would happen to need it, the touch screen is available.
I have an account with them from when I used to do a lot of repairs and they have pretty decent service, I can usually get ~ $10 off screens since I used to do a good many.