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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Sep 17, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    I am sorry if I get some of your time. It is a first time I start a
    discussion in this group. I am not an expert on electronics, I am a
    guitar player and the reason why I am starting this discussion in this
    group is because I broken a liquid crystal display of a CD player that
    I use for my guitar training.This CD player fell down form a table and
    crash in the floor, everything is working but I cannot read the
    display, or to be more precise I can read only half of the display. The
    display is not broken in the "glass part" but, if you see under a
    light, you will see a line that is crossing all the "gray" area from
    top to bottom.... this CD player is very expensive because you can
    connect electric guitar and run some practice. I would like repair it
    in some way. Please help ! By the way thanks.

    Marco
     
  2. Fastvale

    Fastvale Guest

    May I suggest you: it.hobby.elettronica.riparazioni ?

    Ciao Marco
     
  3. JANA

    JANA Guest

    When posting for information, always indicate the manufacture name, and the
    model number of the device.

    You must contact the original manufacture to find out how to get your player
    serviced. Even if they would sell you the part, you would have to have the
    skills to change it. There may be other parts damaged that you do not know
    about, and trying to service this yourself may not be feasible. Also,
    consider the cost of the unit in relation to having it serviced.

    Many of these CD players are becoming very low in cost in relation to their
    performance. You may find that servicing your CD player is not feasible.

    --

    JANA
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    I am sorry if I get some of your time. It is a first time I start a
    discussion in this group. I am not an expert on electronics, I am a
    guitar player and the reason why I am starting this discussion in this
    group is because I broken a liquid crystal display of a CD player that
    I use for my guitar training.This CD player fell down form a table and
    crash in the floor, everything is working but I cannot read the
    display, or to be more precise I can read only half of the display. The
    display is not broken in the "glass part" but, if you see under a
    light, you will see a line that is crossing all the "gray" area from
    top to bottom.... this CD player is very expensive because you can
    connect electric guitar and run some practice. I would like repair it
    in some way. Please help ! By the way thanks.

    Marco
     
  4. Dave D

    Dave D Guest

    What exactly is it you are asking? If you really want the player repaired,
    then you need to buy a new LCD from the manufacturer and fit it yourself,
    or find someone competent to replace it for you. There's no way to fix the
    LCD without replacing it, if that's what you're asking.


    Dave
     
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