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Hey there. I am looking to a part for my dgx 505.

Hey there. I am looking to a part for my dgx 505. Sustain input board with lcd contrast knob on it. Part number? It also has the usb input on the same circut board. I tried to fix a problem with the sustain pedal input, (resolder) but may have crossed something else?? My lcd display is fully dark. Dont know what to do.
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Even if it's dark can you see the displayed images/text/numbers? If so, it's clear that your Lcd is not receiving one input from the Pcb, I think there's no damage yet. This should be only with the display cable and the connectors, maybe on the display terminal or on the pcb terminal. Open the unit and again refit the lcd connector (flex cable). That'll fix your problem. Recently one of my friend had the same problem after we cleared out some dust. Hope this helps. Good luck. Thanks for using FixYa.

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