I recently replaced my cracked HP Touchpad digitizer screen. I could only buy the glass digitizer panel. It did not come attached to the plastic support bezel so I had to reuse the bezel. I removed the cracked digitizer from the bezel with heat from a hair dryer to soften the double back tape used to attach the digitizer to the bezel. I used double back tape to attach the new digitizer to the bezel. After reassembling the Touchpad, I noticed the new panel does not respond to touch like the original, is erractic and the majority of the digitizer is not responsive to touch.
Therefore, I was hoping someone could help me troubleshoot this problem.
1. Could the replacement digitizer be defective?
2. Is there a special double back tape I should have used to attach the digitizer to the bezel?
3. Could I have damaged something during disassembly/reassembly?
4. Do you know where I can buy a complete digitizer assembly (digitizer and bezel together)?
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