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Disply goes blank

Disply goes blank from time to time. Sharp tap on the right side useually brings it back, but have to reset clock and options etc.
Checked for loose connections inside, couldnt find anything obviouse.
Anybody have any ideas?

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Re: disply goes blank

The problem is most likely a burnt, loose, or cold solder connection on the control board. Most likely at the low-voltage transformer that supplies power the board itself. Carefully resoldering any suspect connections in this area should solve the problem. Be careful not to get too much solder on the connections that could short one to another.

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