Originally Posted by mbman
Oh yah that's everywhere. lol. Thats not what causes light leak though, hehe. Sorry i miss understood ya.
lol, ok so we clear on what i mean. its like its a lil separated , on the LG it is not like that , i guess its the width of the screen maybe is bigger dont know.but you sure you know what i mean ?
again just to make sure. lol. you see the rubbers in the middle , not the round ones the long rubbers, right there behide that , in between the lcd and the front cover. do you see the small light coming out from both sides. if yes then we clear. i know you said you notice it i just want to make sure.
also other users with the samsung please comment on this.
ill be receiving a another new samsung screen tomorrow thur. thanks to dells great customer support : shout out to gold tech support:
, just moments ago i called dell, call took less then 10 mins . spoke to nice guy i told him straight up , my original LG had sparkles, my replacement kit samsung had light leakage. and he said ok, he even bother to check if he can give me another screen different name brand, so i explain to him dell is sending LG's and samsungs, and only samsungs as replacement screens . so i told him to leave a note saying that to double check for light leakage on the new samsung screen and he said ok done. so hopefully 3rd times the charm. am telling you if the samsung didnt have light leakage like i saw , the screen will be really nice, would be one of the best out there. its like saying if the LG had pure white and no sparkles it will be one of the best screens out there as well.
so hopefully i get what i want. i gues its worth taking the plunge on the expensive warranty, dont know why others dont make this sacrifice and fork over a few more bucks, it will pay off later on.
example- The dell true notebookforum.com story : LCD's