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    Hey Derrick,

    Bought my screen some time back, but haven't installed it yet. I did notice something today when I was getting ready to finally use it. If I put on a solid color on the screen, I can clearly see the backlight not fully illuminating.

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    Does that mean some of the backlight LEDs are not working? The connector is seated well, so all the LEDs should be getting power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidKernel View Post
    Hey Derrick,

    Bought my screen some time back, but haven't installed it yet. I did notice something today when I was getting ready to finally use it. If I put on a solid color on the screen, I can clearly see the backlight not fully illuminating.

    Here are some photos.
    Does that mean some of the backlight LEDs are not working? The connector is seated well, so all the LEDs should be getting power.
    Check the backlight connector of the LCD controller. I had a couple of them do the same thing. The solder connections were weak. The connector leads are only .5mm spaced, and they are thin.
    A quick touch with a hot soldering iron remedied the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    Check the backlight connector of the LCD controller. I had a couple of them do the same thing. The solder connections were weak. The connector leads are only .5mm spaced, and they are thin.
    A quick touch with a hot soldering iron remedied the problem.
    That's what I was thinking, as well. I'll check it out today! Thank you

    Also, not sure if you'd know this, but there are spaces for headers next to most of the connectors. Notably the backlight connector where one pin is labeled ADJ, which would mean adjust. Does it take in PWM to adjust the brightness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidKernel View Post
    Hey Derrick,

    Bought my screen some time back, but haven't installed it yet. I did notice something today when I was getting ready to finally use it. If I put on a solid color on the screen, I can clearly see the backlight not fully illuminating.

    Does that mean some of the backlight LEDs are not working? The connector is seated well, so all the LEDs should be getting power.
    Sorry for the late reply and thanks for tft_lcd_org`s help

    he is giving the right direction. The problem should from the connection of the backlight cable or connector. Just check the connection by reconnect the cable and see if the problem solve.

    keep in touch and have a nice day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidKernel View Post
    That's what I was thinking, as well. I'll check it out today! Thank you

    Also, not sure if you'd know this, but there are spaces for headers next to most of the connectors. Notably the backlight connector where one pin is labeled ADJ, which would mean adjust. Does it take in PWM to adjust the brightness?
    We already has dual brightness setting with the OSD, so no need to take that pin

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    I promise I would never in life recommend anyone purchase this faulty control board and screen. Especially with all of the other options out there available. I was lied to and bad business is just bad business. I am out of $150 and the time lost on trying to get this thing to work is priceless. SAVE YOUR MONEY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoezDog4 View Post
    I promise I would never in life recommend anyone purchase this faulty control board and screen. Especially with all of the other options out there available. I was lied to and bad business is just bad business. I am out of $150 and the time lost on trying to get this thing to work is priceless. SAVE YOUR MONEY.
    Hi, could you tell us what happen? We stand behind our products. Thousands of this monitor sold and we test every single retail orders before release to ship. Anyway, if there is any defective part, we will replace it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoezDog4 View Post
    I promise I would never in life recommend anyone purchase this faulty control board and screen. Especially with all of the other options out there available. I was lied to and bad business is just bad business. I am out of $150 and the time lost on trying to get this thing to work is priceless. SAVE YOUR MONEY.
    You've posted three times in this thread, and the only problem you've had was due to a faulty power cord. It would help if you took the time to post what problems you've had instead of just saying this is a piece of junk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoezDog4 View Post
    I promise I would never in life recommend anyone purchase this faulty control board and screen. Especially with all of the other options out there available. I was lied to and bad business is just bad business. I am out of $150 and the time lost on trying to get this thing to work is priceless. SAVE YOUR MONEY.
    It would really help if you could post what your issue is...
    As we can clearly see from the posts in this thread, Derrick has always helped each and every customer and has shown his willingness to walk that extra mile for customer satisfaction.

    For $150, I think this is a fantastic product with great support...Try getting support for any other popular brands even costing twice/thrice this amount and you'll be talking to a wall!!!

    PS: I've not purchased anything from Derrick but use this screen with the old board (non-HDMI)

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