1. joshbtnik's Avatar
    Can anyone help me identify what this problem even is? I know it has light bleed but what is this mass of spreading white pixels in the middle?
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    01-12-2018 04:48 PM
  2. TechFreak1's Avatar
    Can anyone help me identify what this problem even is? I know it has light bleed but what is this mass of spreading white pixels in the middle?
    It's a ghost!

    Joking aside, it looks like a TV?

    If so is this occuring with the Surface Pro connected?

    I ask as you posted under the Surface Pro 2017, sub section.

    A little more information would be helpful lol .
    Last edited by TechFreak1; 01-13-2018 at 01:21 AM.
    01-13-2018 01:07 AM
  3. joshbtnik's Avatar
    It's a ghost!

    Joking aside, it looks like a TV?

    If so is this occuring with the Surface Pro connected?

    I ask as you posted under the Surface Pro 2017, sub section.

    A little more information would be helpful lol .
    Sorry. Wasn’t sure where to post this. It’s a Surface Pro 3. It started out as a small white spot but has gradually spread out from there.
    01-13-2018 05:09 AM
  4. TechFreak1's Avatar
    Sorry. Wasn’t sure where to post this. It’s a Surface Pro 3. It started out as a small white spot but has gradually spread out from there.
    Ah I see, unfortunately the Surface pro series aren't very easy to repair whilst they are engineering marvels. There was a compromise made - repairability, the easiest option is to take it a repair centre or Microsoft for repair.

    If you wish to do the repair yourself, here is the ifixit repair guide:

    www.ifixit.com/Guide/Microsoft+Surface+Pro+3+Display+Replacement/51722

    I have moved your thread to the appropriate sub section of the form.
    01-13-2018 09:49 AM
  5. joshbtnik's Avatar
    Ah I see, unfortunately the Surface pro series aren't very easy to repair whilst they are engineering marvels. There was a compromise made - repairability, the easiest option is to take it a repair centre or Microsoft for repair.

    If you wish to do the repair yourself, here is the ifixit repair guide:

    www.ifixit.com/Guide/Microsoft+Surface+Pro+3+Display+Replacement/51722

    I have moved your thread to the appropriate sub section of the form.
    Thanks for your help. :)
    01-14-2018 05:38 AM

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