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I been looking around trying to find replacement for Eclipse AVN6610 7inch DVD Navigation... to replace Screen only Would anyone know i could..... Try contacting Mac.. told me $%^&***.
I'm just looking to replace 7inch screen only for this model ....
SOURCE: broken lcd screen
Step one Take out battery!! to avoid esd (Electro Static Discharge that may ruin the new screen or fry your phone), there are four screws in the corners covered by a sticker material two over the speakers two under in the far corners hidden with stickers. remove those stickers with a sharp flat bladed eyeglasses screwdriver. use a #00 phillips head screwdriver to undo these screws. Look along the edges of the face of the phone you will see where the colored piece meets the gray piece. I used the flat bladed screwdriver and carefully wedged these pieces apart and used my finger nails to carefully separate without penetrating too deeply with the screwdriver (that may crack the internal screen). pull the cover off gently you will notice after you removed the keypad there is a metal cage housing the internal screen gently pry it from the side of the end key You will see a 7 by 3 mm box underneath with gold connectors do not touch these the oil on your fingers will prevent the screen from working properly this is the connection for the outer and inner screen to the mother board on your phone (right side from top view) it may take some effort as mine was tight you will see the screen and zif connector for the front lcd. also the outer speaker is soldered to the lcd circuit pad. Take a picture with a digital camera if you need to desolder from the old and resolder onto the new lcd (this is a pain in the ass and the pictures will help trust me!!!) lift the black clip on the zif connector and remove the screen ribbon while taking care not to pull on the earphone assembly use the flat head to remove the magnet and earpiece noting their orientation for later re installment. de-solder from the old lcd and re solder connection of these components to the new lcd. Place them back into their respective positions tucking the wireso that the cage will not pull on them when you push it down (there is a small gap but still be very careful) Place the zif connector ribbon in the holder and slide the plastic retaining clip back down. Flip the cage into its original position and push firmly into place. re-install the key pad and face plate. re install battery and power on. my screen didnt work at first. i had to press rather hard to get the pins to seat properly on the one and four button area after i closed everything up, where the part is i said not to touch, so dont be discouraged if you put it all together and neither screen works (I found this out after i got rather angry after all that work) This is all a very overwhelming amount of work but i learned a great deal. you may try ebay for a broken env or one with a bad ESN they go cheap <100$ and you can use the screen and speakers without soldering. That would cut the probability of failure by 75%. The contacts are rediculously small 1mm by 2mm super hard to solder properly but everything else was simple. screens are available for 30.00 on ebay they are new but again comes the soldering issues. wish lg would use some sort of pin connector instead of soldering these contact directly to the phone that would make this phone way more easier to fix. hope this helps good luck
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
SOURCE: Optiquest Q7B-3 Model Vs11147
Actually that model has an integrated inverter with the power supply. Should be part # xlm1700390004 they cost around 25 bux and are fairly easy to replace.
If you are handy with soldering you could check the three 470 uf caps on the board they are tank caps and when they go they do what you are describing. Open the monitor and look at the three black capacitors if the top is bulged they are bad. If you have a capacitance meter check the capacitance it will most likly be well below 470 uf the caps are cheap like 39 cents if you do go this route use 30v not 25v caps to be on the safe side.
Word of warning switching power supplies can kill you quickly never work on it live and let it discharge at least an hour before working on it.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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