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  1. Donny James's Avatar
    Nice. My case is like a tank around my phone. Bulky but protective.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00HZY...pUvbUpU3212682
    08-30-2015 01:11 PM
  2. Gerardo Librera's Avatar
    Help from Argentina!

    09-30-2015 01:48 PM
  3. Donny James's Avatar
    Attachment 104641

    -pic 1 unsecrew those 5 secreow marked with red
    -pic 2 this is a picture from the other side, use a heat gun on the red rectangle mark to make sure ribbon not losing its solder, not too much but enough to heat it while press it to make sure its connected firm with board, and rise up those terminals marked with red to make better contact with the back of lcd, be careful not too much they are so sensitive
    -pic3 this is a view after taking the main phone board, there is 2 marked area, one is for digitizer ribbon make sure its connect tight
    other for something look like a grounding, rise it up a little with screw drive and you are done
    so far phone work fine, if anything happen i will let you know
    09-30-2015 03:02 PM
  4. Donny James's Avatar
    Help from Argentina!

    See my previous post. The solution starts on page 13:http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok.../297759-13.htm
    09-30-2015 03:02 PM
  5. HoosierDaddy's Avatar
    See my previous post. The solution starts on page 13:http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok.../297759-13.htm
    You should use the permalink address for the post. You're link doesn't work for me and others because it includes a page number and we don't use a default posts-per-page value. This thread is only up to 4 pages for me. But each post has an address that always takes you to the post. The post number in each post contains that address, so you can either copy the address of that link or click it and then copy the address from your browser address field.
    09-30-2015 03:45 PM
  6. Donny James's Avatar
    You should use the permalink address for the post. You're link doesn't work for me and others because it includes a page number and we don't use a default posts-per-page value. This thread is only up to 4 pages for me. But each post has an address that always takes you to the post. The post number in each post contains that address, so you can either copy the address of that link or click it and then copy the address from your browser address field.
    I was looking for that link and I couldn't find it. I'll try again when I get home.
    09-30-2015 04:46 PM
  7. Donny James's Avatar
    09-30-2015 04:54 PM
  8. HoosierDaddy's Avatar
    Perfect.

    I hope you don't think I was being lazy to not figure it out. But not everyone would and its just as easy to avoid the problem if you know how.
    09-30-2015 06:45 PM
  9. Donny James's Avatar
    Perfect.

    I hope you don't think I was being lazy to not figure it out. But not everyone would and its just as easy to avoid the problem if you know how.
    Naw your good.
    09-30-2015 06:51 PM
  10. Gerardo Librera's Avatar
    Thank you! I wil be try...
    Pd: The 'crazy screen problem' is very higher under Windows 10 Mobile.
    09-30-2015 10:47 PM
  11. Gerardo Librera's Avatar
    Fix!!!!


    before heating:


    Now:


    Fix digitizer failure screen heating to 85 C for 2 minutes and pressing firmly top of the screen where the logo of Nokia is.
    Donny James and Hesham Fouad like this.
    10-08-2015 05:37 PM
  12. phelme's Avatar
    Well rats, my 1520 started exhibiting this a couple weeks ago. I fear it's because I had it jammed in a slim pocket for a bit too long during an afternoon visiting Boston and flexed it too much (let's just say beer and whiskey may have been involved. It's Boston .).

    Has anyone had Palco repair this issue and if so how do they classify it: broken screen, general repair? It's a difference of $100.
    Last edited by phelme; 10-09-2015 at 04:11 PM.
    10-09-2015 11:37 AM
  13. Diego Ceccacci's Avatar
    Fix!!!!


    before heating:


    Now:


    Fix digitizer failure screen heating to 85 C for 2 minutes and pressing firmly top of the screen where the logo of Nokia is.
    Could you do a video to show how you used the gun on phone?
    10-18-2015 06:59 PM
  14. Gerardo Librera's Avatar
    Could you do a video to show how you used the gun on phone?
    I'm sorry but I have no video of the process.
    It is preferable to remove the display module and apply heat to low and medium speed temperature slowly moving the gun until a temperature of 85 C on the top left of the screen, then hold firmly pressed that area until the temperature drops, you can do it twice.
    Until today my phone did not present more failure.

    Good luck and caution with plastic!

    Google translator
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    10-18-2015 09:36 PM
  15. Donny James's Avatar
    I'm sorry but I have no video of the process.
    It is preferable to remove the display module and apply heat to low and medium speed temperature slowly moving the gun until a temperature of 85 C on the top left of the screen, then hold firmly pressed that area until the temperature drops, you can do it twice.
    Until today my phone did not present more failure.

    Good luck and caution with plastic!

    Google translator
    Glad you said that. The way I pictured doing it in my head was with the phone still assembled and on.
    10-20-2015 01:32 PM
  16. MDK22's Avatar
    I've had it done - they'll reach out to you for Xtra funds when they determine the problem / issue.

    I had spoken to customer service there, before submitting it for repair (thus had a person), submitted it for general repair with issue(s) graphically described (stopping short of diagnosing problem). They came back w a price & ETA for round trip.

    Round trip took a week, shipped on Friday morning, got it back fixed, the following Friday morning (I live in N.E. Philadelphia).
    Very happy with Palco, my phone was like new & continues to work 6 months later.
    10-24-2015 11:19 AM
  17. Diego Ceccacci's Avatar
    Someone who had problems, updated to win10? How is it behaving? Same, worst, better?
    11-08-2015 11:16 AM
  18. Donny James's Avatar
    It's the same. It's has nothing to do with the OS/ software. It's a hardware issue.
    11-08-2015 12:48 PM
  19. Diego Ceccacci's Avatar
    It's the same. It's has nothing to do with the OS/ software. It's a hardware issue.
    You tried it? Because we cant be sure its hardware problem, even if :P
    11-08-2015 12:57 PM
  20. Donny James's Avatar
    You tried it? Because we cant be sure its hardware problem, even if :P

    I've suffered from this issue on 8.1 and upgraded to each new version when it came out. The only thing that has solved the issue is opening up the phone and raising up the connectors on the mother board. Every other solution did not work or worked for a very short time and then made the problem worse. This solution had my phone fixed from the day I implemented it. Trust me when I say, it's a hardware issue and not a software issue. You should take some time and read through this forum.
    11-08-2015 01:10 PM
  21. Diego Ceccacci's Avatar
    I've suffered from this issue on 8.1 and upgraded to each new version when it came out. The only thing that has solved the issue is opening up the phone and raising up the connectors on the mother board. Every other solution did not work or worked for a very short time and then made the problem worse. This solution had my phone fixed from the day I implemented it. Trust me when I say, it's a hardware issue and not a software issue. You should take some time and read through this forum.
    Raise the connectors? Can you elaborate? It was phantom or tap scroll? Also, is it fixed permanently?
    11-08-2015 02:52 PM
  22. Donny James's Avatar
    Raise the connectors? Can you elaborate? It was phantom or tap scroll? Also, is it fixed permanently?

    Diego the problem is fixed as long you don't bend the phone too much again. You will have to read through this forum to get the entire instruction on what to do. I've mentioned exactly where to look not too long a go. You'll have to do a little digging.
    Diego Ceccacci likes this.
    11-08-2015 03:17 PM
  23. rabihkahaleh's Avatar
    thanks for this article, it is possible to align the digitizer contact manually if i unplugged the screen.

    regards
    11-18-2015 02:49 AM
  24. Donny James's Avatar
    thanks for this article, it is possible to align the digitizer contact manually if i unplugged the screen.

    regards
    I'm not sure what you mean by this question? There are connectors that need some propping up. Nothing needs aligning.
    11-18-2015 01:15 PM
  25. Ahmad Ezzat's Avatar
    Same Problem
    but please help me in arabic
    Please Help in thread
    Touch screen Problem every update to any WP 10 Build Lumia 1520
    in windows 10 mobile fourum
    01-14-2016 01:38 PM
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