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I have a AIWA XR-MDS7 EZ sup mini stero unit, the lcd display is dead although the unit works I cannot tell what disc is playing or track number. Also I cant tell what radio station is playing. Everything works perfectly apart from no display. I had a friend look at it and he recons the display is getting a signal.

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  • mojo35 Apr 18, 2008

    Thanks A mill !! i will get cracking on it & and keep you posted.

  • mojo35 Apr 18, 2008

    Hiya .. I checked all the pins - they are all fine, the guy that had a look at it first used an oscilloscope to check the signal to the display and all was ok. LED I assume has lots of little lights where as LCD does not - based on this assumption mine has a LCD display. The only lights working on the unit are the power on and the changing colours around the volume button and the cd tray when you power it up.

  • mojo35 Apr 18, 2008


    Here is a pic of the unit - if it helps .

  • mojo35 Apr 21, 2008

    Will get those readings posted asap.
    Thanks
    mojo35

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The first thing to check is the solder connections on the display itself. Look specifically at the connections on either end of the display. These are the supply pins. Also, I don't know if this model has an LCD display or LED. If LCD, then make sure that the back light is funtioning.
Keep us posted on what you find.
Dan

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  • ABRsvcs Apr 18, 2008

    First, from looking at the display, you won't se the individual lights. Was the display red or a gray color? Also, the signal lines are not the issue here. The pins at either end should have DC voltage on them. If they do not, the display won't work. Post the voltage readings here if you can.

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    Dan

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