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Unless you are a repair expert, replacing a Z30 touchscreen can look easy after looking at some online tutorials. They often don’t tell you when to be cautious and when to apply pressure, leading you to cause another problem while fixing your current one. You have to be very careful when replacing your Blackberry Z30 if you apply too much pressure, you can easily damage your Blackberry.
Unfortunately, we have had a number of DIY-enthusiasts, victims of the many videos on youtube, straggling into our store clutching their newly purchased broken screens and their Z30 looking for help.
Our experts can fix your Blackberry Z30 screen in 1 hour.
Cracked or broken touchscreens/LCDs is the most common problem with the Z30. Often, the digitizer or the LCD may not be visibly broken, but does fail to work due to repeated knocks, dings and drops. So, while the display has no visible cracks, it might be white or unresponsive to touch. After suffering many falls, and drops over time, just the slightest impact may render the screen inoperable. This is a perplexing but common experience for many users who can’t understand why the slightest impact resulted in the failure of their screen.
Screens can also bleed the liquid that is sealed within the LCD glass. This can occur weeks or months after the first serious impact/drop suffered by the screen. This impact often results in hair-line cracks are almost invisible to the naked eye. Over time, however, repeated knocks can widen and deepen the cracks are large enough to seep out the liquid.
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