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My screen was completely pulled out of the connection and im not ure where to connect the ribbon that is hanging fron the inside of my stereo

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I put in my dvd but it wont show the image and i can hear the movie but cant see the picture

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Things You'll NeedSmall flat-head screwdriverPhillips-head screwdriverReplacement screen

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This will void your warranty, so if your iPod is still under warranty, you might as well allow Apple to fix it.



How to Replace The iPod Display
Replacing your iPod's screen is actually a lot easier than you would expect. The kind folks at Apple have made access to the inside of the iPod very easy, making for quick upgrades and fixes. While you have the iPod open, you can also upgrade the internal hard drive to a much larger capacity to hold more movies, music and photos. Replacement screens for the iPod are very easy to come by these days, so get a hold of one of those from an online retailer and replace it yourself, instead of getting charged by Apple to do something you can easily do at home.

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1 Replacing your iPod's screen is actually a lot easier than you would expect. The kind folks at Apple have made access to the inside of the iPod very easy, making for quick upgrades and fixes. While you have the iPod open, you can also upgrade the internal hard drive to a much larger capacity to hold more movies, music and photos. Replacement screens for the iPod are very easy to come by these days, so get a hold of one of those from an online retailer and replace it yourself, instead of getting charged by Apple to do something you can easily do at home.
2 Use your flat screwdriver and gently insert it into the small crack between the iPod case and the iPod backing. Once you have the tool slightly inside the crack, slide it around the entire iPod to pry the pieces apart. Be very careful not to pull them apart, as there are three ribbon connectors that need to be disconnected first.
3 Lift up the ribbon connector that connects to the hard drive, which is large and blue, and disconnect the hard drive. Release the ribbon that connects to the battery, the smaller blue object, and disconnect it. Release the final ribbon by lifting up its tab. Unhook the final ribbon to disconnect it.
4 Use your Phillips screwdriver to remove the six screws around the iPod front cover. Remove the frame of the iPod front cover. Unhook the screen's ribbon and pull out the iPod screen. Insert your new iPod screen and work backward to put everything back together. Don't forget to connect all of the ribbons

5 Turn on your iPod to test your new iPod screen.

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OK, when i turn my ds lite on it is all white and i hit it on the bake to fix it temporarily then it goes white agine i am scared if i hit it any more it will brake. pleas help! (p.s i do not want to buy...


sounds like your screen has a lose connection. theres a ribbon cable inside that connects the lcds to the mainboard inside your ds. if your comfortable you can get a tri wing screwdriver and open it up and push it back in. Otherwise you may want to send it to a professional.
heres a video of a guy taking a ds lite apart to replace the screen all together (it's more likely you just need to push your ribbon cable in tho not completely replace the screen)
~good luck either way!

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    Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to loosen the grounding cable's camp from the negative battery lead. Make sure to rest the clamp away from the negative lead post until the removal is complete.
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  • The dash trim panel that surrounds the Neon stereo needs to be removed to access the stereo. The panel contains, but is not connected to, the climate control knobs on the dashboard.

    Grab the panel at the bottom corners and pry it from the dash. You will likely be able to remove the panel without the assistance of a trim pry tool, but if you are having difficulty removing the panel by hand, wrap a thin cloth around a trim panel removal tool or flat head screwdriver to remove the panel.

    Once the lower edge of the panel is relieved from the panel, you can work your hands (or flat pry tool) around the perimeter to separate the remaining edges.

    Since the panel is not connected to the climate control knobs, you will not need to disconnect the wiring to the knobs. The panel, once free, can be set aside until you replace the stereo.
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  • The Neon stereo deck is held into the stereo mounting bracket by 10 millimeter bolts on either side of the radio. Remove the bolts and store them in the ashtray for safe-keeping.

    Pull the stereo from the dock. The unit will easily slide from the mounting bracket with an even pull from the left and right of the stereo. Pull the stereo far enough to reach the wiring on the rear of the radio.

    The wiring to the stereo includes the antenna, the power supply and the speaker wires. There may also be patch cables connected if an amplifier is connected to your stereo system. Pull the cables from the stereo. The antenna and power supply are single cables. The speaker wires (and patch cables) will be grouped by wire binders. The plastic wire binders should be pulled as a unit. Do not pull the wires themselves.

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    Connectors of screens,


    well if you are able to open the system up there are ribbons that connect into the motherboard a little tricky but easy enough to do once you get the hang of it. if you open the bottom casing of the ds and then look at the ribbons there will be grooves in them showing how far they should go into the connector.

    Then just take a small screw drive and pop the connector open be careful the tabs are easy to break/bend then its no fun. but it will connect back into the system just fine.

    Then snap the tab back down once you have the ribbons back into the system properly. It does help if you have 2 people to do this just to make sure it dosent slip out before you get the ribbon snaped into place.

    But be warned that this can also reck the ribbon if not done right. and loose its connection completely. then you would have to replace the whole screen again.

    Hope this helps and good luck.

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