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Screen problem with my Cassiopeia E-100

When I'm turn on my E-100, the top of the screen is always gray. The touching habilities of my PDA in the gray area are still in function but I can't see anything. Is there a solution to repair my PDA? Thanks for your help!

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Re: Screen problem with my Cassiopeia E-100

Here is how I fix the problem. It seems that a lot of E-100 have this problem, and the shade gone when you slightly touch the power button. I think Casio give us bad LCD or something. I use a little band of paper, rolle it to make it thick and then push it agains the LCD cable, closed to the power button. The thick paper is actually against the LCD cable and the Casio cover, pushing the LCD cable closer toward the screen. You can try this by trying pushing the cable close to the screen. YOu can find at a place, wehre you touch it, the shade is gone.

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Re: Screen problem with my Cassiopeia E-100

Well, there is good news and bad news.... The good news is that your digitizer is working okay...the bad news is that you lcd isn't. This is due to three possibilities... 1. The video controller on the motherboard is bad...unlikely 2. The ribbon cables or connectors that attaches the lcd to the motherboard is bad...possible but unlikely 3. The lcd itself is shot or damaged...seen it more than once. The only way to really tell is to find someone else with another unit and just start swapping out pieces until you can rule out the trouble. Or in the interim, it is possible that the cable just jarred loose a little or has become dirty, preventing full contact. Simply disassemble the thing, clean the contacts, and put it back together...not hard to do, but not for the feint of heart either. Good luck, hope you get it fixed. p.s. Don't be afraid to take it apart...what can you loose, just be very careful to document each step if you haven't done it before. I've done it a couple of dozen times on various Casio E-1XX machines and never had any problems yet....

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