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Re: omega display problem
« Reply #15 on: 06 November 2017, 17:06:21 »

Plug it in, as you say, is a valid way to test if the LCD is OK.  Granted, it might not show dead pixels etc, but they are rare on these.

You should get a myriad of messages etc, all in full colour.  An all white, all black, all grey or vertical lines, along with obvious screen corruption, will highlight a duff screen.

If you can, give it a gentle tap to see if that provokes a response from it, signifying a poor connection between the ribbon and the panel (this is the fault that causes them to fail)
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Re: omega display problem
« Reply #16 on: 06 November 2017, 17:14:56 »

thanks , im gona try to do that and test the new one. u have all the answers :D
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