I love my machine, but lately the display has been hard to read. It seems that the display fades as if the contrast was decreased. The problem is intermittent, but sometimes I can not read the display at all. The display itself is an integrated circuit that can be replaced by plugging in a new one. Does anyone know where I can get this part?
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Re: Display not working-Hard to read
To get a replacement, depending on where you are, here is the link;
If in USA:
596 Fishers Station Dr.
14564, Victor, NY Mr. Salzman
web site: www.importika.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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Read your manual about a contrast control for the display. At one end of the range of control the display is almost invisible. Sometimes there is a little shaft/knob on the back, other times it is a menu item and yes, it is hard to see the display to adjust the display... just go through the procedure blindly to see if it comes back. Also illuminate the display if dark with a flashlight and see if there are display characters there but just lacking a backlight. A backlight failure could be the problem.
You don't say what device this is on, HOWEVER most thngs have a "contrast" control that will adjust the visibility.
Sometimes they call this a viewing angle control and sometimes it is a small shaft from the back of a unit, OTHER times it is a setting available through a menu... if you can read the display enough to find it...