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Lower half of numbers gone

Hi to one and all; sn N 0397 only half the numbers on display can be seen.

is there any fix available?

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Remove the back cover. Do this by removing the 6 philips screws. Look for the red (+) and black (-) wires from the solar cell. Place 3 volts across the wires. this will unpolarize the solar cell / battery.

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Try a hard reset...take the batteries out..keep the on button pressed for 10 seconds..leave it turned off for 5 minutes with no batteries...then turn it back on by reinserting the batteries and check

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    if that does not work it is possibly an issue with the diaply cable which is like a plastic ribbon connecting the diaply to the main circuit board. you can get the same repaired through a service technician

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Hi,

The only solution which can be tried is replacing the battery.

Goodluck.

Posted on May 06, 2008

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