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    I now fixed the auto-power on my Carlights CM13 touchscreen. I soldered a jumper wire over the power button... Works like a charm!

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    I have an 8" Liliput touchscreen. When I enter "588998" on the remote, a screen comes up with a list of language options (English being the top option). I can't get the system past this screen.
    I've tried every button on the remote, and nothing gets me to another menu, or allows me to input a code (I've tried entering the code anyways, no result).

    Anyone have any pointers?

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    I have the same problem, anyone figured it out?

    P.S. If you still have the problem, here is the solution

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    I just did the hardware/soldering mad that coyote posted and it works great. I never was able to get my screen into that menu to make it do it thru the software so I spent a few dollars at radio shack and the problem is solved.

    Thanks coyote~

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    i tried avoiding using Coyotes method of caps and resistors, because im not to confident on such a new screen, I tried cable tying around the buttong and tightening it down, but it ended up snapping the solder joints of the button and the button fell off.

    So i just soldered a little piece of wire across the 2 button joints, so now its AUTO on

    AWSOME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coyote View Post
    I have updated the picture with the circuit diagram .

    When the power supply is applied, this circuit maintains the uC (Microcontroler) "PowerOn" input at a low level during a short delay as if you are pressing the power button > your lilliput switch ON.

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    Hey Coyote,

    Is it possible to do this with other monitors, such as one of the motorized in dash units?

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    Is it just me, or did the picture go away? If anyone has any insight on this mod, like the original picture, that'd be highly appreciated!

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    I can't see the picture either. I'm planning out my setup for my first car PC and need to know how to set up my monitor to turn on automatically

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    This is for the very early versions of the lilliputs, the later ones had the option in the advanced settings menu.

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    So is it possible to get to that menu when you don't have a remote?

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