Question about Casio Cassiopeia E-125 Pocket PC
Hi all, what are the sypmtoms of an LCD screen failure? im just a little confused at the difference between a touch screen and LCD failure. i guess if your LCD then its not a DIY repair job is it? my screen refuses to light up at all, no cigar. some folks say it a dodgy battery, others say check the touch screen, or its an LCD prob if u can see dark splotches on it... any more checklists you have i can run through to make sure? cheers
Posted by Anonymous on
As a rule the failure of the LCD on a Casio pertains to greying out of the top 1/3 portion of the screen. The touch screen - the part that senses your stylus inputs i.e. taps, double taps, tap & hold / drag continue to work. Seems like the failure is not in the LCD but the fluorescent lamp at the top end of it. It could be the lamp itself or the inverter circuit. Have an experienced technician check the lamp out. It is not a very diffucult item to replace. Nor is there any desoldering / soldering involved.
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