Atlas Standard 2018 or JP3 2019
My device is not booting. Charger is plugged in and the charging LED is glowing.
Either the motherboard or battery of the device is defective. As a standard repair procedure, the battery of the device needs to be replaced first and the device must be checked for functionality. If the device is still non-functional, then the motherboard needs to be replaced. Please contact email@example.com for more details on the next step.
My device is not booting. Charger is plugged in and the charging LED is not glowing.
The motherboard’s fuse is blown and it requires replacement. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
My device is not charging. Device is booting normally and the charger is plugged in.
First, try a different charger and check if the device is charging. If it starts to charge, then the charger is defective. Please send an email to email@example.com for a new charger.
If the device is non-functional even after the charger swap, replace the current battery with the new one and check for functionality.
If the new battery is also unsuccessful, then the motherboard needs to be replaced and the old battery can be reused. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
When I unplug the charger from my device, the device shuts off immediately.
Unfortunately, the battery fuse is blown and the entire battery needs to be replaced. Please contact email@example.com for a replacement battery.
My device’s display has: lines, faded out, white screen, flickering screen etc.
All the above mentioned problems are due to the defective LCD assembly. Replace the entire LCD assembly and voila! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to replace.
While I am using my device, I feel the cursor is randomly clicking in a particular place though I am not touching my screen there.
At Blank Tech, we call this phenomenon “phantom touch.” But, no worries. There is a conflict in the interference between LCD and touch screen of your device. The entire LCD assembly needs to be replaced and there won’t be any phantoms around. Please contact email@example.com for any other questions you may have.
When I plug in my earphone / headphone, it is not being detected in the device.
The earphone / headphone port is damaged which is associated with the motherboard of the device. The motherboard needs to be replaced. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help with this.
When I plug in my USB, it is not being detected in the device.
The USB port is damaged which is associated with the motherboard of the device. The entire motherboard needs to be replaced. Please contact email@example.com for help with this.
The space bar key in my device is not functioning properly. In other words, the particular key is not sensitive everytime I use it while typing.
The keyboard FPC is not pulled completely while assembling the device. The folded FPC is stuck between the keyboard frame and the base of the device which is causing this uncomfortness. The easier fix in this case is to remove the keyboard FPC and pull it completely and taping it back. Please refer to the “Repair procedure of Atlas Standard” for more details!
My stylus tip is broken.
Device’s stylus pens have a unique feature of being able to replace just the tips instead of an entire stylus pen. The top portion of the stylus pen is detachable (not easily) which can allow the user to remove the remainings of the broken stylus tip. Replace the new stylus tip and attach the top portion back. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any further questions!
My charger is broken.
This can mean either the charging cable or the head block is malfunctioning. Contact email@example.com for a replacement!
How long my device is covered under Standard Limited Warranty (SLW)?
The Standard Limited Warranty (SLW) duration is two (2) years from the actual date of purchase. But, please be aware that any accidental damages like physically broken screens and keyboards are not covered under SLW.
In order to cover such accidental damages, you can purchase an Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) for your device. If you have ADP for your device, and accidentally if you run your car over your device, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get it fixed.
My warranty is expired for the device. Now my device is malfunctioning. Is there a way to get it fixed?
Did your device break after a year? No worries. We still got you covered! Contact email@example.com to assist you in troubleshooting the device in your location if possible. We will ask you to send the device back to our facility so that we can fix and send it back to you as quickly as possible. Please note that the shipping charges, repair charges, and component replacement costs will be incurred after your approval.
My device is stuck in a booting loop. In other words, it keeps restarting after the splash screen shows up.
This issue happens when your SSD is disconnected probably after the drop or the worn out usage of screw.
In most cases, your SSD needs to be re-connected and you will be all set. Rarely, your SSD needs to be replaced which leads to the point where you will lose the data stored in the device. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions!
What should I do before sending my device back to Blank Tech for repairs?
If you want the data that is stored in the device to be preserved, we suggest you create a backup copy before sending the device to Blank Tech.
But we are also aware that in cases of motherboard failure or LCD failure, it is hard to access the data. In such cases, if you are comfortable, please provide your computer’s login password to the Blank Tech representative. This is just to ensure your device is working fine after the repair. If you are not comfortable in providing the password, we need to wipe your system to test the functionality of the device which erases all your stored data.
Please note that Blank Tech does not hold responsibility of all the data stored in your device in any form.
My internet connectivity drops frequently in my device.
First, ensure your Wifi router is connected properly and possibly restart the router.
If the issue is still not resolved, the wifi coax cable might be damaged inside the device. Contact email@example.com to have your device returned back to our facility so that it can be repaired effectively!
My device does not enter / exit the tablet mode.
This issue is commonly seen when the windows update is not completed or interrupted while in operation. We would suggest updating the windows completely following a restart and check for functionality.
If the issue is still not resolved, there is a possibility of conflict in the interference of the screen and motherboard. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to send the device back to our facility so that either the existing screen can be repaired or replacement of new screen.
My charger pin to the device is loose and wiggling.
First as a precautionary measure, we suggest you not to use such chargers to the device as it can potentially damage the motherboard of the device.
Contact email@example.com to request a new charger for a fair price if you are out of warranty. If you are still under Standard Limited Warranty (SLW) or Accidental Damage Protection (ADP), we got you covered at no cost.
My device is operating very slowly.
Slow operation of devices is primarily due to the deterioration of lifetime in motherboards. Your device needs to be sent back to our Blank Tech facility and if required your motherboard may need to be replaced. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!