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No read out on screen

The little read out screen was loose and I tried to put it back in its slot, while doing so , iI pulled off the tape that goes on the screen, now it doesn't read.How do I put it back on and get it to stick?

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  • fernie1952 Feb 25, 2008

    I don't guess I explained myself very well in the 1st question,I will try again. I had the Front part of the printer apart and pulled loose ,AS you say, a flat cable,that was attached to the little screen and can't get it to stay in place now. Are they some type of glue that you can use to reattach this flatcable??. thanks, again

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You have to dismantle the board (backside "inside" the scanner). Check if you have disconnected the flatcable between the display and the circuit board.

The foil that you have pulled of is OUTSIDE (where you push the buttons), i guess. This has nothing to do with the display reading.

There could be the dimmer set back to light reading, too. This has to be set by help of the menu button (see manual).

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