"After replaced pro 4 LCD,won't turn on on battery mode unless plug it"에 답변@ Mike th0ms0n That's a bit of a blanket statement which I wouldn't agree with. As Mike suggests, I'd say if a person placed the entire tablet into an oven and heated it, then it's possible they may end up damaging the battery. In cases of using a screen separator (heated surface with vacuum suction) the battery shouldn't sustain any damage. Also in [the more common] cases of utilizing a heat gun to warm up the screen bezel and edges in order to remove the screen, you will not damage the battery. Most importantly, on the topics of avoiding damaging the screen (and yes, I’ve even made this painfully costly mistake before), the trick I’ve come up with is having made a custom self adhesive label in which the width is equal to the width of the two flat ribbon cables. The visual label not only reminds me but accurately depicts the precise location, so as to handle it with kid gloves around that area!
"Overheating, Water not running thru"에 답변Kerson & Richard, I’d be willing to bet that your actual problem(s) are merely the lack of “Coolant” (aka anti-freeze) in your vehicle but rather having only [and solely just] water. (based upon each of you mentioning just water and no mention of antifreeze) Let me explain. Water [by itself] boils at 100 degrees while a vehicle engine’s normal operating temperature is much higher (i.e. a previous car of mine had the a thermostat opening temperature of 165 degrees . You should look up the opening temperature of your vehicles thermostat. When anti-freeze/coolant is added to the water, it changes the boiling point and freezing temperatures of the [water] aka coolant. So simply put, with ONLY water in your radiator/coolant system, it is BOILING [evaporating] by being heated up to such a high temperature [above waters boiling point of 100 degrees]. Most vehicles coolant system have safety features in which allow high and/or excess ‘pressure’ to escape. It surprises me that I have not come across anyone...