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    Extending 4 wire resistive on a LCD screen. How is it possible ?

    Well i have got a 7 tft touchsreen which i need to do some changes inside....
    I want to know if its possible to extend the 4 wire resistive that connects the display to the main circuit? I mean i need to make an extension of these connection.....is this possible ? How ? Using normal eletrical wire just to do the upgrade ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 528i_tourer View Post
    Well i have got a 7 tft touchsreen which i need to do some changes inside....
    I want to know if its possible to extend the 4 wire resistive that connects the display to the main circuit? I mean i need to make an extension of these connection.....is this possible ? How ? Using normal eletrical wire just to do the upgrade ?
    yes, its possible with fine soldering and simple wires... but be carefull, the folie cable is very vulnerable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FPeter View Post
    yes, its possible with fine soldering and simple wires... but be carefull, the folie cable is very vulnerable!
    i was wondering if i can use only wires....no soldering...just to try...

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