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My samsung n150 keyboard not working and my screen is broken what can i do to connect to external monitor


Dear Ronald
Pl. remove the key board connector from the main board and tape it.. Connect the external key board and monitor to its port.
That will work. It will better to disconnect the internal display connector.
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I have a Westinghouse VR-5525Z and I have suddenly developed horrific red and green blotches on the screen. I


Think of this: without this "experiment" the TV is (almost) worthless. so what can you lose? bringing it to a repair store will cost something. they need at least 1 hour to do this.
When you think you can manage this, why not try it?
Be care full not to damage the front of the screen. You have to put it face down, but please don't let it rest on the screen, only on the frame. The table must be flat, not anything should lay there, because even a screwdriver lying there, will damage the screen forever.
Then when it is just oxidation in the connectors, make sure the connectors are the same as described on the side. Don't use to much force to remove the flat cables. When it does not go smooth, check if they are blocked with a lever. there are many ways how flat cables are locked in place, but with a flat tool most of the time you can unlock it and after reinserting you can put the lock back.

Never use sharp tools to clean the cables or contacts. Just a dry cloth or cotton swabs. I sometimes use special contact spray for electronic contacts, but I always make sure the cable and contacts are complete dry before I put them back. The fluid will start the oxidation process sooner. I hope you have success.
I even wish you success.

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How do i disconnect the ribbon connectors?


many small ribbon coinnectgors use a hinged bar that presses the cable down against conenctor contacts. Flip up the bar carefully with your fingernail. It will pivot upward to release the cable.

But then, some cables are not removable. They are held in place by sticky plastic tape. LDS screens often employ that concept. Best not to try to separate the cable from the glass. Unplug the cable at the circuit board end.

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The screen on my LG Chocolate Touch, is not working at all,, what should i do


Hi,

It can be deduced from your problem that there is no longer a contact between the inner touch pad and the outer touch screen,hence the touch is no longer responding.

The solution is to take apart the phone and replace the touch screen,
Here is a detailed disassmbly to assist you in replacing the touch screen;
1.Remove your battery, sim and memory card. Six screws need to be removed. Two at the top of the phone are covered by plastic stickers which will peel off.
2.Run something like a credit card around the join of the battery compartment to release it from the rest of the phone.
3. Two ribbon connectors need to be disconnected. Each one attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever them up to unplug. You'll then be able to lift the two green circuit boards away from the rest of the phone.
4. Remove the six screws you can see and then you can remove the next layer of the phone.


5.Run your plastic tool along the join of the front cover in order to release it.

6.Two ribbon connectors need to be disconnected. Again, each one attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever them up to unplug.

7.Lever the camera out with your plastic tool. It is stuck down lightly with double sided tape and should come away easily.

8.Lift the screen away from the front cover. It should be loose. Next peel away the big black piece of sticky tape. Now slide your plastic tool under the LCD screen to separate it from the green circuit board. It will be stuck down with double sided tape. Once the double sided tape has been released, pull the screen in the upward direction.

9.You should now have the small LCD screen removed.



Thanks and take care

Aug 05, 2010 | Cell Phones

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REPLACEING SCREEN ON G800


Hello,

To replace the screen of the samsung g800, get there appropriate screwdriver and follow the process below;
  1. Remove your back cover, battery, sim and memory card. Remove the six screws (two at the bottom are covered by rubber stoppers which are easily removed). You can now remove the battery compartment.
  2. Below you can see the battery cover removed. You now need to disconnect the circled ribbon connector. It attaches like a plug and socket. Simply lift the connector up to unplug it.
  3. Lift the circuit board up to reveal another connector. It attaches like the last one. Unplug this
  4. You can now remove the circuit board. Note that the ribbon running along the right of the circuit board, with the volume buttons at the end, is lightly stuck down with a tacky glue or double sided tape.
  5. Remove the grey part. Note that the ribbon with the camera button at the end is stuck down lightly. Next remove the four screws.
  6. Part of the slider can now be removed.
  7. Next remove the two rubber stoppers at the top of the phone to reveal two more screws. Remove the four screws.
  8. Remove the ribbon which is stuck to the black rectangle. It'll just peel back.
  9. Run your plastic tool all the way around the join of the front cover to unclip it.
  10. Lift the screen away from the phone at the point on the opposite side. The screen is stuck down lightly with double sided tape.
  11. You should now have the LCD removed.
  12. Turn the LCD screen over and remove all the green tape you see. You now need to detach a number or ribbons. The ribbon attaches like a plug and socket. All the other ribbons have a hinge which you need to flick up to release.
  13. Reverse the whole procedure for reassembly.
Take care

Jul 04, 2010 | Samsung SGH-G800 Cellular Phone

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Touchscreen not responding Hi, Here is the issue... I can use the side buttons to unlock the phone and the bottom ones to answer. I can't make calls unless I use voice command and checking and sending Text...


Hello,

The reason your touch screen is not working is simply because there is a problem with the sensor board.

To fix this, you have to open the phone and replace the ribbon cable that operates the sensor board.

To fix this;
  1. Get the appropriate screwdrivers (Phillips screwdriver, plastic tool such as a guitar plectrum or credit card).
  2. Remove your back cover, battery, sim and memory card. Remove the four circled screws.
  3. Run something like a credit card around the join of the camera cover to release it from the rest of the phone.
  4. Now remove the two screws you can see at the top of the phone. A ribbon connector needs to be detached. This attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever it up to unplug. Now lift the circuit board up and it will release. Note that a connector on the opposite side of the circuit board will disconnect when you do this so remember to push it back in place when you put the phone back together.
  5. Two more ribbon connectors needs to be detached. Again, each one attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever them up to unplug.
  6. Remove the piece of blue/clear tape and you'll see another ribbon connector. This has a different socket to the previous ribbons. Just flick the brown latch up, where the ribbon enters, and the ribbon is released. That's all you need to do for now.
  7. Now lever the antenna out with your credit card. Very little force is required.
  8. Below you see the antenna removed. A metal bar underneath it will also be loose and needs to be removed. There is another plug and socket type connector. Lever the plug out of its socket.
  9. Now slide your credit card under the circuit board. Near the top, the circuit board will be held in place lightly by some double sided tape.
  10. What you need to replace is the connecting ribbon that is in the middle of the board,that was covered by the transparent blue sheet,
  11. Lever the camera module from the phone. It's stuck in place lightly with double sided tape.
  12. Run something like the edge of a credit card along the left side of the front cover to release it and then lift the cover from left to right.
  13. Now slide your credit card under the bottom half of the LCD screen. A small piece of double sided tape holds the screen in place which will release when you slide your card under it.
  14. Reverse the whole procedure for reassembly.
Take care

Jun 22, 2010 | LG Dare VX9700 Cell Phone

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Shatterd phone screen!!!!


Hi,i think the inner touch pad of the LCD screen is bad and it needs to be replaced,here is a detailed guide to help you disassemble your LG arena;
Tools required: Phillips screwdriver, mobile phone opening tool, plastic tool such as a guitar plectrum or credit card, double sided tape.
STEP 1 Remove your back cover, battery, sim, memory card etc. Remove the four circled screws.
STEP 2 Run your mobile phone opening tool around the join of the front and back of the phone. Start at the top and then pull the phone apart when you can get enough of a grip.
STEP 3 A ribbon connector (circled) needs to be disconnected. It attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever this up to unplug. Next, peel the blue sticker off.
STEP 4 The circled ribbon connector needs to be disconnected. Just flick the black latch up and pull the orange ribbon away from the circuit board.
STEP 5 Pull the circuit board towards you. A little force is required but be careful as a cable is still connected to the board and you don't want to damage it.
STEP 6 on the left is a connector that disconnected when you pulled the circuit board towards you. Remove the screw, in the upper right corner. Disconnect the two ribbons beside the camera. Each attaches like a plug and socket. Just lever each one up to unplug. Lever up the white wire above the battery slot . Remove the blue sticky tape above the white wire.
STEP 7 Lift away the part above the camera. The ribbon connector needs to be disconnected. Just flick the black latch up and pull the orange ribbon away from the circuit board.
STEP 8 Pull the circuit board away from the phone. Note that the connectors,disconnect when you remove the circuit board. Lever up the wire at the base of the phone. Remove the 2 screws at the edges of the base . Peel back the silver sticker
STEP 9 Use your mobile phone opening tool to lever up the metal part bounding the screen . It's stuck down with double sided tape so using a hairdryer to heat the part may make it easier to remove
STEP 10 Slide something like the edge of a credit card or guitar plectrum under the right edge of the touch screen. Again, this part is held down with double sided tape which may be easier to remove if you heat it up a little first. You should replace the double sided tape when you put the phone back together.
STEP 11 Lift the touch screen from right to left.
STEP 12 Lever the two long stoppers out and then use the recesses as levering points to lift the screen out.
STEP 13 You should now have the LCD screen removed. Reverse the whole procedure for reassembly.
The screen costs only 39USD.
Thanks and take care




Apr 26, 2010 | LG KM900 Arena Cell Phone

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The screen is white >>>


Your inverter board is OK otherwise you will not get any light on the screen, there is only one inverter board, Check the flat ribbon cable connected to the LCD panel (locate behind the LCD panel), when this connector comes off you will get white screen.

Nov 06, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-CR510E/T 14.1" Laptop

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Need battery for the Nextar GPS model x3-02


Actually, it's quite easy to replace:

i. Take off four screws at the back.
ii. Between the body and the front bezel, insert a utility knife. The bezel is fixed to the body with tabs. I started from the left hand side from front. The tab is in the center. Careful not to scratch the bezel or the body. Once one tab is open, you can slide the knife or whatever tool you're using to open the rest. Be careful not to scratch.
iii. Once the front bezel comes off, you'll see that the touchscreen is held to the bezel with the help of four tabs. take the touchscreen off.
iv. Next, take the ribbon cable off from behind the screen. You'll have to flip the flap holding the cable open.
v. The screen is held to the main board with the help of a tape. Don't take it off. Take off three smaller screws which fasten the circuit board to the back body.
vi. Take the antenna off. It's quite easy. It's the same connector that is used for Blue-tooth or wireless antenna on laptops. It'll just flip off.
vii. Next, take the board off from the back plastic body. The circuit board will still be held to the back by two connectors, one (two wire, smaller one) connecting the circuit board to the speaker, and another (larger one, four wires) connecting it to the battery. Both the battery and the speaker are for now fixed to the back plastic body.
viii. Once you've done that, the battery is exposed. Take the battery off (held by two tapes, and some double sided sticky tape to the back body).

The battery is 35mmx55mmx5mm. Buy any 3.7v battery from ebay. That'll cost you about $10, including shipping. The only problem is that on ebay, you might not be able to buy the same connector. Most of the batteries that you get from there also have protection circuitry to protect against overcharging etc. So you'll only have to replace the connectory. For this, take apart the battery from top. Just peel off the green tape. That will expost the connections. Solder them off, and replace the entire chord on the new battery.

Sorry, I'm too depressed right now on account of loosing my job :-) Otherwise, I'd have included pics too. But I guess if you're not afraid to do DIY projects, you should be able to change the battery yourself. Quite easy.

-pkrobot

Nov 20, 2008 | Nextar X3-02 GPS Receiver

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NEC Monitor LCD1700V


I had a similar problem with a NEC LCD1935, and I traced it to the inverter board which was a Lien Chang LI-2190 ... it seems that common problems with this type of board are bad solder joints due to the temp. cycling, or blown capacitors, but I was too lazy to resolder everything so I just disconnected the BL signal line that goes between the main board and the inverter board, and this solved the problem. In my display it was a green line, marked BL on the inverter board -- I removed it from the connector and just taped it off.  I'm guessing that this is a blanking signal that the invertor uses to signal to the main board there is an overcurrent situation and that the display should be blanked/shutdown.
I'm certain that there are still problems with the inverter and it might go again, but at least I have a working monitor for the time being.
Caveat emptor.

Oct 26, 2007 | NEC AccuSync LCD71VM 17" LCD Monitor

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