Question about XO Vision GX733 7.3 in. Car Monitor
I own a 2004 X5 BMW. The centre LCD monitor display (TV) has an area of pixel loss which looks like someone has scratched off an area with a coin. Most the screen is perfect. There is no physical damage to the screen. BMW say they can't just replace the monitor and a new unit is A$8,000 (more than US$5,000). II have been trying to source a repairer of get a replacement screen but no luck yet.
There is no repairs to this problem and you will have to replace the unit
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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