I found that just gluing the broken piece didn't exert enough downward pressure on the cable. I tried 4 different glues: Loctite SuperGlue Gel being the best because it was thick and didn't run down into the connector and it sets within 30 seconds (because I couldn't find a good way to safely clamp it while the other glues set in 20-60 minutes).
However, in the end, a wooden toothpick worked perfectly and I didn't use any glue at all. The duck tape doesn't do anything, I just didn't want to remove it after finding something that works.
yea, he sold me two that were the wrong type, apparently there are two types, i think one style is on one side and the other is on one side and the other side on the other end. Its been almost 3 months since i bought my Lilliput from him with no more messages from him......HHmmff
When i separated my cases, the ribbon cable was only 3" long and that screwed my header up, and trying the toothpick fix, just screwed my cable, not that its a bad fix, but my cable was too short.
Sure wish i had a cable to fix this display, Armen?
Dual Lilliput's 70NP/C/T
Syntax SV266AD KT266A
AMD Athlon XP 2000
Viking 256MB DDR
D-Link Wireless 802.11B
OrbitMicro 250W DC/DC converter
SII Wireless Audio Link
BU-303 USB GPS