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    Quote Originally Posted by maxthebuilder View Post
    Mine looks like this too. Transistor/resistors are already there but there's no wire. So the only mod needed is to solder a wire to the right place. You need to trace that Cu line - it goes right then turns right/down to a bunch of empty connector holes - the one you need is the 4th from top on the right row.

    I too have this same board from and EBY-701 and this is where he is talking about soldering the wire for reverse input. Um not sure if i inserted photo correctly

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrislamb View Post
    utd09bry,

    just did this mod to my lilly and bingo, auto reverse cam input, many thanks for an excellent write up.

    I silly question, what colour phone is VIDEO2 input, red or yellow?

    Cheers

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    Can't remember, and I'd have to rip things apart to check. Maybe someone else can help?

    I'd say trial and error, though

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    OK found it in this.

    http://www.carcomputer.co.uk/shop/mo...l-70np-c-t-pdf

    1. SKS input end connect the SKS input jack of the unit
    2. Black 9-pin plug for VGA signal input
    3. Black jack DC12v power input
    4. Yellow RCA jack for video 1 input
    5. White RCA jack for audio input
    6. Red RCA jack for video 2 input

    Thanks again for the write up, I could not have done this without it.

    Cheers

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    I need to get my monitor open so i can see. I remember last time i looked I wasn't able to find the componants. Maybe i have a 619. Anyways i need to do the fix for the touchscreen anyways so i am cracking it open soon. Any others with different models of lilliputs (sunlight readable) have any luck with this

    Edit: I believe this is the board i have. Any chance we could identify the part area of interest?
    Secure LCD to Bezel
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    I am an archeologist, digging up this old thread!!! I had to say thanks to the OP because I just followed his instructions with success! I will add that i am glad I ordered extra parts because one of those 10Kohm disappeared (flew into the air) when I opened the package. All I could do was laugh because there was no way I would ever find that part again.

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    Hi,


    Im having the same problem...anyone can help me?My problem is...for this board...i need the npn transistor or just connect the 12v cable? This is the my lilliput:
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousnx View Post
    Hi,


    Im having the same problem...anyone can help me?My problem is...for this board...i need the npn transistor or just connect the 12v cable? This is the my lilliput:
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    Reviving a potentially very dead thread, but my Lilliput looks exactly the same as this one.

    nitrousnx, Did you find a solution to this question? Or can anyone else shed any light on this?
    I know this board supports the auto-switch backup camera as there are numerous pictures online of the same board with the wire

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    This board is an EBY701-NP/C/T
    The barcode reads: EBYB720150043 (As shown in this mp3car picture)
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    [QUOTE=ProGEEK;1496891]Reviving a potentially very dead thread, but my Lilliput looks exactly the same as this one.

    nitrousnx, Did you find a solution to this question? Or can anyone else shed any light on this?
    I know this board supports the auto-switch backup camera as there are numerous pictures online of the same board with the wire


    Hi ProGEEK,

    If your board is the same as my pictures, you need to solder de cable and one npn transistor(don't remeber exactly witch one...guess BC847) to get the switch working.
    Solder in positions as show in this picture and switch will work on AV1, in the other spaces is AV2.
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/atta...220_134706.jpg

    Be careful soldering, only do this if you know what are you doing =)

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