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    question for those of you that took this thing apart, on the side of the screen there are 2 wires connected, a pink and blue, they look like they are just connected to the speakers, would i be able to remove these wires without affecting how the screen works other than having no speakers? which i wont use

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    Actually those two cables are rather quite important and carry a rather significant charge.

    Popping those cables out will definitely make your screen not work anymore and possibly give you a smelly burning sensation if you close the circuit with you as the bridge

    The only parts that are related to the speakers come from the circuit board and are very easy to identify.

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    good to know

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    Hey guys, can someone tell me how this connector is supposed to be attached? The header on the board has way more pins than the connector. I know the red wires will be facing the left, but I don't know how many empty pins should be on either side of the connector. This is the 10.4. Thanks.

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    If I remember correctly, you want the spare pins to be on the right and the red wires to be on the left as you said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    If I remember correctly, you want the spare pins to be on the right and the red wires to be on the left as you said.
    Thanks. Do you know if I'll short something if I have it wrong?
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    Just make sure the connector is all the way to the left. you will be fine.
    grant

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    Quote Originally Posted by damarble View Post
    Thanks. Do you know if I'll short something if I have it wrong?
    I don't think it will hurt anything but I didn't want to be liable for that answer so I went to the truck and pulled the screen and took pics of mine for you. Hopefully this helps you out.



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    Thanks guys, looks like all the way to the left is the way to go. Really appreciate the extra effort flnole78. I must have a newer revision though my board looks different than the others in this thread.
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    ok so the 8" screen....what are the dimensions for just the screen.....i've read through all 38 pages of this thread and this answer has not been clearly answered as of yet. one guy was close, but he did not give all the measurements correctly

    GREAT DEAL: 10.4" Touchscreen - Samsung LCD $215!

    6 1/2 H
    1 1/8 W
    1 1/4 D

    i have a hard time believing that the screen is only 1 1/8 inches wide.....

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