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Hi;

I need to reattach the board which is found on the back of a Lpatop's LCD screen to the screen.

There are three from the screen which were attached to the board using some type of adhesive. I am concerned that if I use the wrong type of adhesive it will affect connectivity.

Can someone tell me a simple solution.
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It's flat right?  I'd just use a piece of masking tape.  Can you post a picture?
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I need to reattach the piece he is holding to the green board
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Yeah, I would just use a piece of masking or black electrical tape to hold everything in place.  Those are both non-conducting and won't short anytihing out.  Black electric tape will probably hold better.
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I use blue painters tape.  It has little adhesive that is less likely to gum up later on.
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I was going to suggest blue tape but I'd be afraid with the less adhesive it might come loose.
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Blue tape has very good adhesion properties.  It is designed to stick well and be easily removed.

I wouldn't suggest electrical tape as this type of tape is usually best when stretching is involved with it.  Electrical tape sticks well when wrapped around an object.  When laid down flat and heated it will eventually fall off leaving a nice sticky residue.
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If I am looking at the image correct that is a tabbond and you can not reattach it. You will need a new LCD panel.
You need special high dollar equipment to do that repair.
Even if you glue or tape it the screen will not work.
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Thank you.
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it looks like you don't like the 3M carton box tape ...
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