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Where can I get a vepv0037a display board

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It may not be needed. Try shorting across this fuse protector IP1280 (looks like a resistor) on the power board. See more detailed solution I posted in this forum for a similar question.where can I get a vepv0037a display board - 4a63623.jpg

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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    Tim J Apr 19, 2014

    Thansk! My display had been dead for years and I was using the unit anyway but finally went to see in any display boards were available and ran across this. It fixed the problem immediately. Funny thing is a new display board wouldn't have helped! Wish I'd seen this years ago.


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