And nevermind. The Asus customer service rep. was wrong. They are now charging $147 + any additional issues. Probably $20 to ship it there. Not sure if it's worth it.
hello! i just registered here.
i don't like to make another thread. but hey my t100 cracked too! so i come here.
what to do? they said they didn't cover that with warranty, but when i checked their product listing, there is 2 year warranty for broken LCD and broken mainboard!
also, i have heard about asus accidentally damage warranty. any idea about that?
The accidental damage warranty is probably region specific. At least in the US you have to purchase it from certain locations to be elligible (I think Amazon and Newegg you are covered). Some I know you won't be covered, like Best Buy. Then you have to register your T100 with Asus within something like 60 days of purchase to be eligible for coverage and coverage is 1 year.
ASUS Service | North America
The following Retailers are excluded from the ASUS ADP program*
BestBuy USA (In-store and Online)
Office Max (In-store and Online)
Staples USA (In-store and Online)
Sears (In-store and Online)
Costco Wholesale (In-store and Online)
Office Depot (In-store and Online)
Wal-Mart (In-Store and Online)
Online Auction sites or Peer-to-Peer sales
I was considering getting the Asus T100 from BestBuy thanks to the Windows XP Trade-In. This will be something to consider for me.
Hi there! New to this forum, need help locating a replacement screen/ glass for a t100ta. Any help out there?
I found two 1) 269.00 2) 969.00, that's crazy. I'd rather buy new.
Has anyone replaced there digitizer and can tell me how to. My screen is cracked and I don't know how to access the digitizer. I have already opened tablet
I've never replaced tablet screens before (just LCD screens on laptops) but l believe this video may provide some insight on how to go about it. After watching the video, the process does seem pretty straight forward. You may want to watch several videos and parse through the comments section for details. And you may need to use a heat gun or the very least a hair dryer. Be careful with the heat gun, you can get a nasty burn from it.
In case you didn't know, some cables are disconnected by flipping up a plastic lever. When it's time to reconnect cables, make sure the White line is flush against the connector.
Fig 1: use a flat head screw driver
Last edited by vagabond; 05-22-2014 at 08:10 PM.