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Hi everyone !
I bought an ossc in sept 2018. I had issues with the lcd screen very soon : The display was fading, like no contrast at all, the text on it was slitghly disappearing. But the backlight was OK. I had to push gently on the screen or make little tap on it and it was reappearing and then disappearing again. Problems were worse and worse so today, I decided to look at it more precisely and try to fix it myself (which i shouldn’t). Of course it went wrong and i accidentally broke the lcd screen…
I don’t know if there is any waranty on the ossc but in my case, pretty sure it will not work :/
It seems to me that a replacement with an equivalent screen doesn’t need incredible soldering skills, so what are the lcd modules compatibles ?
If anyone can help me please ?
I tweeted to @VGPerfection, just in case…
I’ll post this message also in the “DIY KIT SUPPORT” section of the forum.
Sounds like it was one or more bad solder joints.
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Thanks for the advice !
The LCD on the OSSC is an off the shelf component – Newhaven Display NHD-C0216CZ-FSW-FBW-3V3
Here’s the display on Mouser UK – https://www.mouser.co.uk/ProductDetail/763-C0216CZ-FSWFBW3V
If you purchased your OSSC in September 2018 it’s under warranty and this will be repaired or replaced free of charge for you if you e-mail in.
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