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Ive got a philips mcm11 midi hifi, everything works fine but the lcd display is not working so i can see to tune my radio in or when i,m playing a cd i cant see the track number, please advise thanks

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    the LCD display stopped working on my Philips MCM 11 - still not figured out how to get it back... Help appreciated

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SOURCE: I have a AIWA XR-MDS7

The first thing to check is the solder connections on the display itself. Look specifically at the connections on either end of the display. These are the supply pins. Also, I don't know if this model has an LCD display or LED. If LCD, then make sure that the back light is funtioning.
Keep us posted on what you find.
Dan

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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SOURCE: I NEED A USERS MANUAL

Hi,
Welcome to Fixya. The user manual is on the link below.
Philips MCM11/30 Manual
Thanks for using Fixya

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