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Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Gray/Violet Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray/Yellow Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Green/Violet Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green/Yellow
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Gray/Dark Green Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray/Light Green Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Green/Gray Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green/Light Green
If the screen is mainly red, you need to replace the LCD display panel. First! hook a spare monitor to the video output usually on the back, if picture okay! the above mentioned needs to be changed, but if both show the same symptom it is the video graphics card that is the problem normally built into the motherboard.
No,problems u discribing the LCD screen panel some how it shorted and dead.Replacing the LCD screen panel is not an option,because LCD screen panel are 90% of the tv,so replacing it.LCD screen panel will cost the same as a new tv,because LCD screen panel are limited produced by the tv corporations.It time to buy a new tv.
Your video card has fried unfortunately. If you are familiar with the internal workings of a PC you can open it up and check the power cells on the video card itself, they will usually show signs of damage such as cracking etc. I would have a qualified professional take a look at it. I would recommend www.tigerdirect.com as a starting place for finding a new one
There is a LCD strip (Bunch of closely punched wires, that makes up a connector). If you have replaced the LCD yourself them there may be chances that the strip is not properly punched. That strip comes out of display and goes straight onto the main circuit board.
This is a common issue that makes the Phone works perfectly but in a black-out mode.
I hope you have a clear picture now. Regards, Waqar.If I was helpful, Kindly do Rate!
ONE, RESET IT !!! (See resetting instructions below)
TWO, let the battery die out!
Waking up your c330...
If you left your Garmin c330 on running
the battery will have 1% life left. If you turn c330 back on again, it
will flash screen for 3 seconds then die, even charging it at this
point will not wake it back up. TO BRING IT BACK TO LIFE... plug in the
power home or car into Garmin c330. There is a tab in the front Garmin
gray frame of your screen. You must take like your fingernails and
under the logo "GARMIN" pull the whole gray plastic frame off.
Underneath the plastic frame to the right hand side. There is a "RESET"
button. Make sure power is plugged in while hitting reset. Your battery
should come back to life. Cheers
In order to recalibrate the nuvi® 7xx's touch screen, follow the instructions below.
Start with the unit powered OFF and unplugged from power supply.
Press and hold your finger anywhere on the touch screen
Next, slide the power switch ON and immediately slide it into the Lock position. There is no need to wait for the screen to flash on or show the Garmin logo before moving the switch into the Lock position.
Leave your finger on the screen for about 45 seconds.
Two intersecting lines should display on the screen along with the message: Press Dot.
Follow the rest of the on screen prompts to complete the screenrecalibration. Once it is completed the unit will display Calibration Complete
Could it possibly be your backlight setting? I had a problem with my screen staying dark until i set the brightness level.
settings -> system -> backlight -> brightness -. then adjust your settings.