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Thanks for your post, yep all correctly wired
If there is no internal/inline fuse for the screen, then check for an inlineresisistor or capacitor that may have blown. I know that in some JVC stereos they put this funky little capacitor thing that blows when overloaded, all you have to do is clip the wire at each end and soldier in a new one. These are generally about twice the size of the lead wire, are wrapped in a heat shrink, and almost look like a splice in the wire, so they are easily overlooked. If the Alpine doesn't have one, then check the connection for the screen, it could have come loose. I really think that, if all else fails, you'll get away with just a screen replacement versus a system board. Try this and let me know.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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