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Problem with display

The amplifier works fine, however the display does not work at all.

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Re: Problem with display

There's a 'daughter board' mounted vertically on the mother board on the right end (when viewed from the front). Pull it out and clean the contacts on both the boards. Should rectify the problem. If not, check the power coming to the display circuitry/board.

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