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Evil Hotdog
03-10-2015, 11:06 AM
Hi,

Just wondering if I should RMA my G751JY again to get a screen without bleeding.
If anyone just could confirm they got a screen without problems after RMA then I might be temped to try again.
If not, I'll have to replace it somwhere else for 200 -_-

FYI : I exchanged the laptop 3 times, and tried RMA once.

aupoi351
03-10-2015, 12:20 PM
No.
Finally i managed to get rid of this by cutting 3 clips of the bottom of the screen (inside the bezel).
The bleed is essentially due to the clips that hold the screen on its bottom. I cut it just to reduce the presure of the bezel on the screen. And now: No bleed anymore and the screen is still maintained by the side and upper clips. I left 2 clips on the bottom too (there are 5 clips on the bottom).

Evil Hotdog
03-10-2015, 02:26 PM
Yeah I wanted to try that too at first, but then I noticed there's still some bleeding after I removed the bezel.
I'll keep it in mind.

NitroX
03-10-2015, 05:27 PM
Yep, I have managed to get one without any bleeding after I returned my first model. Luckily the second one has been without many flaws, but I have also checked it very thoroughly in the showroom of the store I've bought it. You know, you can check the notebook for any sort of issue, be it physical or internal, while you are in the stores showroom and you can return it right there without having to complete a return form, and if they will have another one on stock, they will give it to you. Yeah, you can't do this with 10 notebooks consequently but it is your right and it depends on the b**lz that you have.

Evil Hotdog
03-10-2015, 09:23 PM
Going to the store isn't really an option, I ordered it online. Thx for the input though.
Maybe I'll try harrasing Asus support about it.

Hebrew
03-10-2015, 10:26 PM
I got lucky and didn't have any screen problems.

kobejumpin
03-11-2015, 01:32 AM
@aupoi351 please share the steps.

Thanks

aupoi351
03-11-2015, 09:14 AM
I've just uncliped the bezel with a credit card (not completely removed because i didn't succeed to unclip the bottom corners).
And then, with a knife, i cut 3 of the 5 bottom clips situated on the inner side of the bezel. I just left those situated on the corners.

arc08
03-11-2015, 07:10 PM
No.
I really wouldn't bother sending it back. I sent mine for the same reason and when I received it back, it still had the screen bleed.
Not as bad but the problem is still there. And the new screen had scratches on it so it's really not worth the wait.
Fortunately for me, I bought mine from Amazon and they have one of the best (if not the best) customer service around so when the new model came out, they agreed to send me a replacement.

Raffafari
03-11-2015, 08:26 PM
I also have some bleeding on the lower part of the screen but just trying to get used to it. A bit worried to mess with the bezel like some have, can't something go wrong doing that?

aupoi351
03-12-2015, 09:43 AM
Nothing wrong for me. I can watch movies and play dark games without being disturbed now.
Before i did that i just couldn't enjoy playing the evil within or resident evil hd remastered. The greenish glow on the lower part of the screen was very very disturbing!

Evil Hotdog
03-12-2015, 04:25 PM
I also have some bleeding on the lower part of the screen but just trying to get used to it. A bit worried to mess with the bezel like some have, can't something go wrong doing that?

Yeah I agree, it seems like a rather destructive solution to be honest.

So I contacted asus support again, they still claim the bleeding is within their specifications, but are prepared to examine my unit further if I send it to them.
Its like they know the screens have bleeding, but don't want to reckognise it as a problem.

Raffafari
03-12-2015, 07:30 PM
Nothing wrong for me. I can watch movies and play dark games without being disturbed now.
Before i did that i just couldn't enjoy playing the evil within or resident evil hd remastered. The greenish glow on the lower part of the screen was very very disturbing!

Hmm mine just has a more stronger like shade of white coming from the lower side of the bezel from near both corners but doesn't go towards grenish light.

hmscott
03-12-2015, 09:14 PM
Yeah I agree, it seems like a rather destructive solution to be honest.
So I contacted asus support again, they still claim the bleeding is within their specifications, but are prepared to examine my unit further if I send it to them.
Its like they know the screens have bleeding, but don't want to reckognise it as a problem.

Evil Hotdog, Raffafari's solution is the only one that is going to get rid of the source of the pinching cause the uneven bright "bleeding" problem. The attachment method is causing the problem.

It may be that adjustment will also work, as others have posted screen shots of G751 screens without the pinched hot spots. Asus might be able to do that, but it's also possible that it isn't a good method of attachment.

If the top/side clips aren't pinching, maybe don't remove the bottom ones, just bend them out so they are like ledges instead of pinched holders... IDK if that would work. Maybe clipping off the wire at the right point will leave a ledge for support too.

If you send it in, pack a note taped to the laptop, photo's too if you want, showing the hotspots and ask them to adjust / replace the clips causing the pinching.

Please come back and let us know how it works out :)