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    WTB: 31 Pin Hirose cable (part# DF9-S31-1V)

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    Yes i have one mail me for the price ..


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    I have a sharp LQ10D344 with a Datalux controller M1023 Rev E. Judging from the pic I don't think that cable will work. On the controller there is a female hirose connector and on the actual LCD there is a male Hirose Connector. so what I need is a hirose cable that has one male and one female connector. The one you have pictured has 2 female connectors.

    Does this make sense?

    Thanks and let me know if you can still help me out!

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    The Datalux controller was made to hook right up to the display . So just take the tft controller and the tft display and push the the two hirose Connector's So you sould not need a hirose cable
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    I got free samples before... look around

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    excellent...thanks for the responses.

    allen - I did see that you could just plug one into the other but the screen i have had this bulky backplate that needed removed. i was having troubles and also worries in damaging the screen so i thought i'd see if there was any cabling i could buy. but to my surprise she came off after a little love with my screw driver and rotozip/dremel ;o)
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