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|08-14-2015 02:40 AM|
Originally Posted by onyx8000 View Post
|08-14-2015 02:39 AM|
I had the same problem with my dash. Flickering and stay on at just the blue screen. No one in Singapore can do it so far. Just want to check if anyone had any solutions or using any other dash as a replacement?
|07-17-2015 10:28 AM|
Hello, excuse me relive this topic, but I preferred to do that than create a new one!
I opened the panel and found that there are problems in FLAT cables are bad contact, I wonder if anyone knows if there is replacement of these cables.
|02-12-2015 08:36 PM|
Originally Posted by allanl View Post
|02-12-2015 06:55 PM|
It would be useful if you could post a pic of the place where the repair had to be done for people that may have the same problem later on.
|02-09-2015 06:19 PM|
|ontariomystic||Love stories like this...good job! Was worth the effort.|
|02-09-2015 05:08 AM|
|rthome||Nice Work Raffie =)|
|02-09-2015 12:04 AM|
|BSR-1||Thanks for posting that. Might be very handy information! And, I'm glad you've got it solved for less than 550 Euro!|
|02-08-2015 11:52 PM|
People have forgotten, over the years, that most manufactures things can be repaired with a little ingenuity.
|02-08-2015 11:10 PM|
I have updates on my dash flickering issue and decided to let you guys know the developments.
The flickering problem got worse and i decided to look seriously for possible solutions:
Option 1: Get a replacement. My local importer is worse than useless but Gabrielle at Evolutionbike had a new replacement at 550 Euros.
Option 2: Inspired by Dana Kincaid's suggestion, i figure i'd let someone have a look at my current dash to try and find the problem (and hopefully solve it). Turns out the dad of a close friend dabbles in electronics/circuit boards etc and he was more than happy to take a look at it.
Yesterday he popped the dash open and found the issue in a short time. In his words it was an "intermittent contact at the LCD edge connector".
His classic solution? He glued a toothpick under the ribbon connector. It seems to have solved the issue as he tested with shaking and vibration and the display stayed stable.
Gotta love old experts and MacGyver-ed solutions. As long as it works i'm not complaining.
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