Re: Better LCD + backlight replacement option.
2012-04-15 23:22:47 GMT
would'nt it be easier just to put a link to the website where you got yours from instead of all the tech info about what to look for? It is a bit strange that you state your an electronics engineer and then state you know an electronics guy who could wire the 20 pin connections for a little fee. Sounds like you don't really want to help,but instead are looking to make a few quid. --- In k5synth@..., "Matthew" <formanmatthew <at> ...> wrote: > > > > --- In k5synth@..., Michael Dunn <md <at> > wrote: > > > > At 4:16 PM +0000 7/9/11, Matthew wrote: > > >This group looks to be a good community and resource (Service Manual > > >was particularly helpful - thanks somethingkillingyou). Hope I'll be > > >able to put something back into it! > > > > You could do that by telling us where to get the displays. I'm not > > interested in a middleman... > > > > Woah! So that's what you get for trying to be helpful around here. > > Not particularly interested in /being/ a middleman (or making any money, if that's what you were wondering). Compatible displays are all over the place - just check eBay, for example. But that's exactly the point.. > > In a few posts on here, people are asking 'might this display work?', 'is this one compatible?', etc. I was just trying to offer the benefit of my experience (20 yr. professional electronics/systems R&D engineering) to save other folks here from guesswork and offer a solution that actually worked.(Continue reading)