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Thread: My solution to Auto Power ON Lilliput screen

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    Not sure if this has been answered before but. the - on the cap connects to this little pad correct (image below)? not 100% clear from coyote's pic.

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    Yes, that's the pad...

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    i figured there is nothing else it could possibly be, so i went ahead and connected it to that pad Everything worked flawlessly! but thanks for the reply!
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    plese pict coyote's picture

    Can somebody please post the picture on the first page? Its not available anymore...

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    Anyone tried this mod on an 8" Lilliput? I'd prefer not to be the first on the 8".

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    so....i would power the lilliput with power from my opus psu, right?


    and how do you know the correct polarity for the cap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aoLhaTer
    so....i would power the lilliput with power from my opus psu, right?


    and how do you know the correct polarity for the cap?

    The cap should have a line of minus signs down one side. if it doesn't it's probably not a polarised one.


    Powering the lilli off your PSU is a possibility, just depends on what power it is and how much the computer draws. You should use it's own regulator + lead and connect to a 12V source.

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    Can somebody please post pictures that would show things in more detail especially the soldering the pad. Would really appreciate you can post multiple pisctures to show more details. Hope you understand that I am gonna be doing this for the first time and hence wanna play safe...

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    well i have soldered before. i soldered a chip onto my xbox and i did this the other day and messed up pretty bad. I burned the track and i could no longer solder anything to the board. It was my own fault, i went and bought a 80 watt solder, i guess it got too hot. i was pretty sad, but i had a local stereo repair shop fix it and re-lay the track. so just a warning, BE CAREFUL when you do this! the board is very small and delicate! dont make my mistake!

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