This is the cable "management" for camera & others. Once you get it out of the way, the panel will sit nicely at the edge of the camera curve, resting on the bottom plastic square.
I'd guess the bleeding has to do with the lid trimming or cables.
Also, congrats on doing a 03. That was a pain, wasn't it ?
Note on serviceability : Take a picture of the pads before you put the screen in. You can slide a flexible metal ruler behind the panel to separate them one by one. My panel was slightly misaligned on the right and I fixed it by lifting it off on 5 of the 10 pads to push the screen down. You could probably remove the whole panel if you don't put too much adhesive and know where it is.
How did you solve the cable length issue when using the W11 screen?
I ordered 3 W15's and they've all arrived as W11's instead, so obviously the connector is on the far side.
Ahhhh I see. So that's what you meant by switchers then.
I ended to just adding in cable to make the original one longer. Works great now. I cut the bezel with a craft knife and metal rule, then finished with a diamond file. I do have a slight light leaky spot where it seems the bezel is pressing too much onto the screen. I'll have a go at that again tomorrow but super happy with the results.
Thanks for the info.
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