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TI Voyage 200 Calculator: Blank vertical lines are appearing on the screen. The solution to this problem for Franki_01: Where is the electrolytic capacitor? Among U3 & U4 not see it. http://www.datamath.org/Graphing/JPEG_Voyage200_A.htm#row ****************** Solution for Frankie_01: Hi, and sorry for my english ! Maybe the LCD driver voltage is wrong or noisy. I had the same problem: some vertical lines (not constant), pulsing contrast after powerup, pixel crosstalk, sometimes no screen Solution: Try to replace the LCD power negative voltage buffer capacitor. In my hardware version it is in the middle of the two T6B07 column driver IC (U3&U4) on the right side. Colored black, electrolytic type and the Value is : 10uF/25V. Chage it to around the same type. There is enought space, so you can use a small sized non smd type capacitor. Be care of the polarity. I hope it will help... ;) Greetings from Hungary! ********************** Thanks and best regards

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SOURCE: Blank vertical lines are appearing on the screen.

Hi, and sorry for my english !
Maybe the LCD driver voltage is wrong or noisy. I had the same problem: some vertical lines (not constant), pulsing contrast after powerup, pixel crosstalk, sometimes no screen

Solution: Try to replace the LCD power negative voltage buffer capacitor.
In my hardware version it is in the middle of the two T6B07 column driver IC (U3&U4) on the right side. Colored black, electrolytic type and the Value is : 10uF/25V. Chage it to around the same type.
There is enought space, so you can use a small sized non smd type capacitor. Be care of the polarity.

I hope it will help... ;)

Greetings from Hungary!

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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The liquid crystal is damaged. I suppose the screen can be replaced. Check with Texas Instruments resellers (usually academic bookstores): they may be able to tell you where you can have the calculator serviced.

You can post an ad on the college bulletin board
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But calculator must be alive.

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Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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got the same problem.. its annoying.. sometimes its only 4 vertical lines but on average 9 - 11.... on and of 100x ;) didnt help for me.. if anyone knows which capacitor to change i would give it a try.. anyone has a clue?
greetings

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List of solutions that worked for me:

  1. Try a new set of batteries (including the backup battery).
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  1. Try a new set of batteries (including the backup battery).
  2. Adjust the contrast by pressing and releasing the Diamond Key key followed by pressing and releasing the [+] key; repeat as necessary. To adjust or lighten the display, use the [-] key.
  3. Users of the TI-89 Titanium or Voyage 200 should see the following case before performing the following reset procedure to prevent the loss of valuable Apps.
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Blank vertical lines are appearing on the screen.


Hi, and sorry for my english !
Maybe the LCD driver voltage is wrong or noisy. I had the same problem: some vertical lines (not constant), pulsing contrast after powerup, pixel crosstalk, sometimes no screen

Solution: Try to replace the LCD power negative voltage buffer capacitor.
In my hardware version it is in the middle of the two T6B07 column driver IC (U3&U4) on the right side. Colored black, electrolytic type and the Value is : 10uF/25V. Chage it to around the same type.
There is enought space, so you can use a small sized non smd type capacitor. Be care of the polarity.

I hope it will help... ;)

Greetings from Hungary!

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Turning the device on and of (with "2nd" + "on") rapidly for a few times (about 10-15 for me) made the lines disappear for while, too.

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