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I have not come across the connector on the back of the raymarine course computer (a grey connector with plastic lugs on the top). Please advise how to make connections



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When switching on my dell laptop can't show on the screen.what could be the root cause?

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Once done, it could be either the graphics card/chip or screen.

1) Connect to a slave monitor using the VGA connector on the back and switching using the relevant Fn key.

If the slave monitor works, your graphics chip/card is good. You've got a screen problem

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The faulty connection you should be able to check.

Remove ALL power sources.

There's a plate which sits between the keyboard and screen. Check and remove any screws, they may be on the back of the screen hinge so have a good look.

The plate is clipped into position by tine plastic lugs, so, very carefully, prise the plate off.

Once off, check the multi pin connectors are home and good. If one was loose or poorly connected, you've probably repaired it. If there are no connectors in view, you may find them underneath the keaboard. Usually 2 or 3 screws at the top and lugs to position at the bottom.

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I have a type 100 12 course computer that has a low battery alarm as soon as the ''auto'' button is pressed I found the rectifier diode ''D19'' was bad I replaced it and the computer worked for 1 day then...

Contact Frank Zabroski SR of Audio-Tronics he may be able to help you get everything you need


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Usually that is caused by having bent one of the pins inside the laptop. Take the battery out, and look at the connectors with a nice strong light. See if one of them has been bent, or has jammed under the plastic connector dividers. If the connector is normal, then check the same connector on the battery. Also look for any severe blackening of the points of the connector. If they need to be cleaned, then use a pencil eraser, and very carefully drag it across the pins.

Then carefully connect it and it should see it.

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There is tool secreted behind the rear panel that enables connection to the block All working now!!

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