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XTS3000 Heat Gun Screen repair Revert

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jhal94

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Hello, I am currently trying to repair an XTS3000 screen and when using the method on p25.ca it worked perfectly. The problem is that the screen has reverted to the way it was before the fix (to a degree) and now its annoying me. Is there any way to keep it performing optimally after using the repair method? Before it was at at least 70% pixel loss, after the repair it was at 0% loss and now it is back at 15% loss and worsening. Any help would be appreciated, thank you all.
 

radiodude123

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display repair

Would be nice if someone post the complete repair procedure for these motorola lcd displays.
I don't know how many models suffer from this glue bonding problem. I know for sure xts3000 and mts2000 displays have this problem.
People are ruining their displays with heat guns.
Since these displays are no longer available through motorola.
I know a fleabay seller that repairs these wx9ems.
Don't really want to junk good radios because of this problem
 

radiodude123

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This guy on fleabay can fix them. But he won't do it if an attempt has already been made.
I can tell you one thing. Don't use a heat gun. Way, way too hot. That will ruin it beyond repair.
His user is wx9ems
 
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