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Re: Loss of screen
Nice noon to you ! if your seiko encyclopedia er8000 is power on but no display apear on screan thats mean is the LCD or FLEX of your Encyclopedia is surely damaged thats need to replace ! good luck ! thanks and god bless you !
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Unfortunately, the spots on the screen are either due to the product being exposed to excessive heat, or due to pressure being applied to the screen (someone poking the screen hard with their finger, or stepping on the product.) Due to the low cost of the unit, it's likely that replacing the product with a new one would be cheaper than having the screen replaced.
1. Press the "time" icon just below the screen until the date and time shows up (not the count down screen) 2. Press the "edit" button (same as the "new" button) 3. Use the number portion (to the right of the screen) to enter the information. 4. To change the am/pm setting, use the "am/pm" button (same as the letter "B") to toggle between the two. 5. Hit "OK" after correct information is set. 5. Screen info should show exactly what you put in with the corresponding day of the week.