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Does anyone know a reputable seller of N900 parts?
 
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Originally Posted by Dragoss91 View Post
The needed temperature to burn touchscreen like this is much higher , if the CPU was able to do this , then motherboard and other plastic components inside would be melted .

Still looks like burned for me... Maybe a chemical scald. Perspiration and bacteria can finally damage plastics, especially when they are transparent.

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Originally Posted by dumpystig View Post
N9 and N900 , the beauty and the beast

I like it!
came here to post the exact same thing!

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Originally Posted by iHaveNoNames View Post
Still looks like burned for me... Maybe a chemical scald. Perspiration and bacteria can finally damage plastics, especially when they are transparent.
Chemicals , especially acids can deteriorate the screen too , but it's not this case here . His screen just damaged because of using it , as gorilla glass get scratches after a long period of use , even if some people on youtube can not scratch it with knives , keys , etc.
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Originally Posted by iHaveNoNames View Post
does your device overclocked? The screen does seem burned.
I just would like to commemomerate about the 200th time I have seen some one suggest without justification that overclocking might cause a certain problem only to have the OP instantly respond in a believable way that he hasn't been overclocking. It's a good thing, because if this OP had been overclocking the discussion would be completely on a false trail.
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i run mine at 1ghz. no burning issues. it gets pretty hot when i'm doing heavy stuff out in the sun - still no burnt off screen. it's not an overclocking issue.

want to know what heat does to a touch screen? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cir-MOzVggQ
 

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My touch screen was damaged due to extensive use of stylus without screen protector.applying the screen protector can only safe for all touch screens
 
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My screen looked like this until i sent the phone back to nokia for the usb port the be repaired - while they repaired the usb port they also put a new touch screen on without me even asking.

All this was done under warranty for free.

Since i had the screen replaced, now i use those cheap screen protectors to stop the screen flaking.
 
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Overclocking is a randomness process. Some devices can't support a perpetual high frequency without heating, that's why I first suggested it (because it was a suggestion). Now, that does stay a pretty odd screen damage, mine just has some micro scratch, though, I rarely do use stylus.
 
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one suggestions...replace touch screen digitizer...but , it may cost a little bit....
 
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