Microsoft Surface RT (1st Gen) Screen

  • Microsoft Surface RT (1st Gen) Screen
  • Microsoft Surface RT (1st Gen) Screen
Microsoft Surface RT (1st Gen) Screen

$69.99

$69.99

Product Details

Description

Description

This Microsoft Surface RT (1st Gen) replacement screen includes all of the small parts preinstalled in the assembly, saving time and increasing the quality of your repair.

Replace a cracked or scratched front glass panel or malfunctioning display on your tablet. This screen and digitizer assembly will renew the appearance of your front panel, restore touch function, and eliminate the dead pixels or flickering on an aging display.

Part Assembly Includes

Part Assembly Includes

  • Front Glass Digitizer Screen
  • 10.6 inch ClearType HD (1366x768) Display
  • Front Frame and Bezel

Compatibility

Compatibility

  • Microsoft Surface RT (1st Gen)

Compatibility

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Dropped it and glass shattered and digitiser was a bit touchy afterwards.

My Fix

With the display assembly making part of the main case it was an easy fix once you eventually get the case open.

The plastic cover over the camera has hard to pry off and required a bit of brute force, then one of the final sc . . .

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My Problem

I had a Surface RT with a broken digitizer.

My Fix

Purchased a used digitizer lcd assembly (frame included) from ifixit. The part arrived quickly and in great condition. It took me about an hour to transfer all the parts to the new screen assembly and now it's working like new again.

My Advice

Before ordering the new . . .

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My Problem

My cousin decided to fall asleep with his surface rt in his bed watching a movie and it fell off the bed and hit the floor. I guess you could say his dreams were shattered. The digitizer was cracked and caused half the screen to not respond and the rest to glitch out. If this happens while your wait . . .

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Lucas Hebert's Story Photo #898827

My Problem

The screen was cracked, so I had a phantom touch in the top corner. I disabled the touch screen for the time being, but had always planned to replace the screen entirely.

My Fix

It went fairly well! The only thing that didn't work after I was done was the haptic feedback of the Windows symbol which I'm not . . .

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