Lcd screen on slave unit very faint. Adjusting brightness button doesn't help. Tried new cord between main unit and slave. Customer support # for lenoxx is disconected. Tried to email and got an error return email saying not a good address. Are they out of business?
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Re: lcd screen on slave unit not functioning
Looks like Lenoxx, Alco, Funai possibly bought out durabrand but from what I hear durabrand is not a good brand people should by more expensive dvd players why by 40 doller dvd play that will brake down quick when you can by a bigger screen last longer better featured dvd player used ones are ok to
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Since its a LCD take a flashlight and have the room as dark as possible and with the light look to see if a very very faint image of the picture can be seen or not---many of these sets use a "back light" for the brightness and if that's not on.......
Unfortuneately this problem is located on the main board inside the player, cause is in the video processor circuitry, which would require special equipment to track down the part. There is no choice but to bring it to a serviceman, cost should be a consideration.
Possible that the processor is not working. So check on the +5 voltage to the processor IC , if this is absent then power supply is faulty.
If not the mother board can be faulty. Try and see if the board can be switched and confirmed.
Reset the unit as follows:
Press [POWER í/I] on the main unit to switch the unit to standby.
If the unit doesn’t switch to standby, press and hold [POWER í/I] on the main unit for about
10 seconds. The unit is forcibly switched to standby.
Alternatively, disconnect the AC power supply cord, wait one minute, then reconnect it
Try increasing the contrast. If that doesn't work, then make sure your input is on the correct setting. Press the input button and wait for a picture to load (about 5 seconds each) while trying to play a DVD. Also, make sure that the backlight is enabled. If you take it out into the sunlight and you are able to see a faint image of the movie on the screen, then you need to turn your backlight on. Most likely an option in the main menu, but it may also be caused by a broken sensor that senses when the player is closed and turns the backlight off, but also turns it back on when the player is opened.
You might need to adjust the settings by pressing the LCD button then using the up/down/left/right arrows on the player or remote to change color or brightness. If this doesnt work, your screen might be shot. There isn't much you can do if thats the case.
So I am guessing you have audio and no video, your monitor has went out. you can check and see if ribbon cable is slightly uplugged, but maybe just a bad monitor. These happen usually from a drop or hard hit to the unit.