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    Hi all. I have had my carputer up and running for a week now, had no problems with it, so I've decided to install it properly by making a housing for it to fit into my double din space. I've removed all the casing and left all but the speaker connected, but now it won't power up. Have I screwed it up, or is there something obvious I'm missing. Many thanks

  • #2
    hard to say,
    what do WE know now?
    >maybe some more info
    did you check the power

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    • #3
      Check the ribbon cables! I all but gave up on mine, gave it to the woman and she reconnected them and it worked..! ??? I don't know man these things are a *****
      Toronto Prelude Club

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      • #4
        I have checked all power going into the unit, and it is all fine. The screen was working fine until I installed the fascia in the dash, went to power it up and there was nothing. I will check the ribbon cables tonight, failing that, if I can't diagnose the problem myself then it looks like I'm gunna have to splash out on a new screen. Oh well. Thanks guys

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        • #5
          Its not about power. Its about all the white flat cables connecting PCB and the screen. They go lose very easily and cause such kind of troubles for 99% people here. Did you (re)move any of them? Try to reconnect them again. Especially the widest one is most tricky.

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          • #6
            look to the small white flatcable to the "keyboard", if you look good there is too many space in that connector.

            i had the same and was very angry.......#$%@$ lilliput

            but it was only that after 3 days looking

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            • #7
              Correct. Got home last night and attacked it. Damn cables. After a little bit of messin about, I got it to live again. Thanks to all for your help.

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              • #8
                I am glad to hear that. Good luck with your project.

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