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Faulty screen I can see the image if i shine a torch at the srceen but i can't get it to illuminate. has the lcd bulb blown if it has one, do i need a new screen, has my light sensor gone faulty? whats it gona cost me? or do i need a new screen.......help

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If it's just the illumination thats gone it's probably a surface mount fuse or the inverter circuit or the flexible pcb, I would advise you to bring it to a pioneer service centre and I would guess you should expect to pay about £75 + vat

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