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Casiopeia E115 has dark section of screen?

My Cassiopeia has a grayed out section in the upper quarter of the screen. Does anyone else have this problem? It blinks off and on at times. I had it repaired by Casio once while it was in warrenty but now if I want it repaired it will cost me over $200. Thanks for any advice you can give me on how I can fix this problem myself.

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This has been apbroblem with Casio E-100 to E-115. The LCD display is connected to the main PCB via a flexible circuit which also carries the display driver ICs. This circuit presses against some components on the PCB near the power button. Over a period of time with generated heat this circuit gets deformed & shifts the phase for the upper 1/3 of the display. So you will notice if you reset the device this very portion is brightly lit in stead of being completely black like the rest of the display. There is not much you can do except change the Display unit consisiting of the LCD, Digitizer & the backlighting fluorescent lamp. It is not a very difficult job if you are not 10 thumb variety. You could try heating this flex with hot air gun & flattening it again. However you might be taking a big chance withthe display. You could try Pacific parts / casiosalesandservice for replacement. There were two version used in your device. So compatibility could be an issue. Contact mre directly if you need further assistance. Hope this helps ???

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