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Display has 'dead' lines, can't read the screen

My Royal EZ vue 6 has 'dead lines' on the screen. I can't read the data anymore as at least 6 lines of the screen are 'dead'. I replaced the batteries and it didn't do anything. Can anyone help? Or should I throw it away ?

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  • rkbennett92 Jan 13, 2009

    I also have 5-6 dead lines on the ez vue 7. So far nothing I have tried has worked.

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Toss the stupid thing!

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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