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Hello, does anyone know how to fix the display on this unit from changing to black, then to blue, then black and blue? The background/foreground keep switching colors back and forth and its annoying the hell out of me, does anyone know the setting to fix this????

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Has it always been like this? I know that the display inverts automatically to save the life of the OEL...otherwise the brightness of the same pixels being on all the time will cause the OEL to 'burn-in' If that isn't the problem, the OEL is going bad. They can run about $100 and usually aren't worth repairing.

Posted on Aug 17, 2006

  • Anonymous Oct 31, 2006

    I need to follow up on this.

    No, it is not a problem. With the unit turned off but still receving power through the ignition and battery constant power wires, press the #5 button key and it will disable the screensaver from inverting. I believe it is done to preserve the life of the OEL.

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