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The Lenovo Yoga 710-14IKB was released August 2016. Model name 80V4. 14" touchscreen convertible laptop by Lenovo.

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Temporary glue/epoxy repair to crack on laptop screen

Has anyone here tried to temporarily repair a laptop touchscreen crack with LOCA glue, epoxy or other? I don’t want to replace the screen just yet and so I am looking for a temporary solution to stop the crack getting worse. It’s a thin crack from the corner, the display is fine and only the glass is affected.

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I have add some Glue on an old cubot p9 and yes, it stops the glass cracking to expand and keep the glass in place, but be sure that you will not glue the interior LCD while trying to glue the Digitizer. This will not be good, especially if you plan to reuse this LCD. If you have a lot of broken glass parts and the LCD shows behind the glass, or other pieces shown its risky to do it with super glue, just use removable soft transparent glue for PVC that is non corrosive, in such case..… If you have all the glass parts attached without gaps, you can do it to protect the digitizer to not crack more and keep in place its pieces. Always use Clear Glue and test it on other surfaces before.

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Thank you for the info, very helpful. The crack isn’t bad and no pieces missing so I will try glue. I’ve been reading about LOCA glue which might be a better option than epoxy or superglue. My laptop doesn’t have separate LCD and digitizer parts apparently (it can only be replaced as one part) so it shouldn’t matter too much if I glue the two accidentally...

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