Well not quite, but I think the battery is about to. I got a very nice Philips HD digital picture frame for Christmas. I haven't used it too much since, because it shares an outlet with my Printer, and I really have no where else to plug it in. Anyway I decided to plug it in a little while ago, and the screen looked like this. (click to enlarge) I didn't know what could have happened, since it was basically siting on my desk for 7 months. I didn't see how the LCD could have been damaged. It almost looked like something was pressing on the screen from behind. SO since it was already out of warranty, and being the good little geek that I am I took it apart, and found this: (click to enlarge) That doesn't look right does it? Turns out that the battery (at least I assume it's the battery) behind the LCD is bulging, and pushing on the back of the LCD. Here is a pic of the battery (I think): (click to enlarge) So is that the battery? What would cause it to do that? What should I do now? It only had a 90-Day warranty, but this is kinda unusual, do you think I could get a new frame or a repair out of Philips, by claiming it might be a fire hazard or something? I don't really need the battery, since it's going to be plugged in all the time. I could probably just take the battery out, but I shouldn't have to. What would you do?