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Pioneer FH-P95 Dim Display

The EL backlight has dimmed with age.Does anyone know where you can get parts to fix this? I tried Pioneer,but they don't have it.

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  • Kostecki Nov 02, 2008

    Yes, I had two of those units over the past 4 years and both times the display light went out. The lcd part still works, I can see it when the sunlight hits the display just right. Just the Luminescent lighting is out. Who knows what is needed to fix this?

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What sort of language is that reply? I had a problem in ",y" as well, but nobody understood what I was talking about. So I "electro lumiences" and then slipped a stabilizer arm on the stater. But the gotz is where contact yo pioneer etc, etc.

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Hi , i wanna tell you that i had the same problem in ,y fh-p90 , i went to pioneer agent in jordan , and he had the right part which is . (( EL "electro lumiences " )) which responsible for the screen light , if there any help i can afford , plz contact me at (( raadge78@yahoo.com ))

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