I received mine on the 10th of September and the glue is still flexible. So maybe weeks to cure and harden, definitely not days.texy wrote:This almost implies that
a..these displays were only assemblied very, very recently, and
b..that the glue used takes literally days to cure.
Who did you buy it from? We are capable of basic reasoning, reading comprehension and discretion, you know, we're not just evil customer service automatons! Well... some of us, anyway.JimmyN wrote:The problem with returning it is:
1) The expense of postage to send it back.
2) I don't have the original packaging, I've trimmed the standoffs, and I've pushed the screen around several times to get it back in position. They may look at it and say I've voided the warranty by tampering/modifying it, so all I accomplished is sending it on a thousand mile round trip at my expense.
3) If I lay it face down on the desk with no tension in a couple of days it will have crept back to about where it's supposed to be. So if I send it back by the time it gets there everything will look OK, and they'll wonder why I returned it.
I think I've found a fairly easy fix, didn't take long, and so far it's doing fine. After 12~14 hours it still hasn't drooped any. If it holds up for a couple days, and looks like it's going to last, I'll explain what I did to secure it. But I want to make sure it holds up first.
viewtopic.php?f=108&t=121898#p826109Spectre wrote:Same Problem here :/
as my previous replysunng wrote:Getting the same issue after purchased for one month. This really turns me down.
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