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1) the vhs display can be defectivie a) for lack of voltage is missing b) display is defective. 2) you can buy a new ones converter. go to some appliances stores and search by new ones. 3) However you can go to the repair shop TV for fix it, and ask about the cost vs to buy a new ones converter. God bless you
The problem could be one of two things: the screen itself has gone bad or the cable that connects the screen to the rest of the unit (inside of the casing) has a broken connection somewhere.
If you have moved the unit around a whole lot, with lots of jarring to it, the cable may have come loose, but normal movement should not cause this to happen. My guess is that the screen has gone bad, but there is one other possibility. If you can see a VERY faint image on the screen in a dark room, then there is a bad "FL inverter" board. This is the part that increases the video signal's power so that the LCD can display it and when it goes bad, the video is still there but is nearly impossible to see unless viewed in a dark room.
It seems that Mintek has gone out of business and was not sold or bought by another company, so any warranty you may have thought you had is now gone (unless you bought an extended warranty through a retail store when you purchased it). So if you have any electronics know-how, you could always take it apart and verify that all cables are fully seated, but beyond that you'd need some fairly advanced electronic component knowledge to find and fix the problem.
My recommendation: Buy a new one from a well-known manufacturer.
If you look very closely, is there an extremely dark picture, or a solid black screen?
If it's an extremely dark picture, you just need a new backlight.
If it's a black screen, you either have a bad connection (broken, shorted or unplugged cable), or need a new LCD.
Let me know, and we'll go from there.
yea sorry to say man but you did help out the store. As most of th time you get what you pay for in these places but dont dispar man as sometimes you do get a good deal as I have after buying all sorts of stuff and then finally something good. Dont give up on mankind man as its all a circle and a game?? LOL good luck. Oh and your problem Get a new one as the cost for a new flex cable will cost 4 times what its worth.. Techman