Okay ever since i got this boombox, which was like a couple of years ago, the damn LCD display thing has not worked. how do i fix that problem? Or is it just permanently ruined and has been since i bought it?
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You need a new bulb installed - difficulty is semi hard , in that you must take apart the boombox , remove the shroud around the bulb , unsolder , resolder new one ..take the old one to an electronics shop to match.
Hi, several days ago I get my blaster from ebay (don't like that new version in girlie size, is there a pink hello-kitty version out now?). The first thing on my macho man machine I repaired was the bulb for the display. Also I modified some internal wiring as of the weak 12V DC connector. Inside there are two fuses, one 8AT for the transformer and one 6.3AT for 12/15 VDC. Probably on your machine this fuse is imply blown off. To unmount the front and rear part of the assembly you need a pretty long slim screwdriver for two deep buried screws. I made it by my own (**** blade, works well for that slow-torque screws) of a slim rod. Also remove the bass speaker covers with Allen key nr 4. Two of the screws on each side are dummy screws. Also remove two of four screws of each bass speaker and loose the others.
Assuming the antenna connection is not broken, an old trick is to get a sizeable piece of aluminum foil and twist the center of it making a big bowtie. Wrap (twist) the center of the bowtie around the top of the antenna and see what happens. Try turning it so it points in different directions to see if any particular direction gets better reception.