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Thread: Lilliput Blown Up / damaged need help

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    Lilliput Blown Up / damaged need help

    Hi Everyone.
    i had a 7" lilliput touch screen fitted in my car but it fell out of the dash as i set off.
    i didnt think anything to this but then when i tried powering up the screen the next day it just doesnt do anything.
    the red light on the front pannle does not light up when plugged in.

    i was wanting to know if anybody else has had a similar problem with there screens.

    i think its just the screen or a cable as when i plug in the usb to a spare computer it sees the screen and want drivers for it.

    Any Help and i would be greatful otherwise its off to lilliputuk.com for repair

    Thanks Everyone

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    Did you even think of searching?

    Try reseating the smaller flat ribbon cable
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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    Did you even think of searching?

    Try reseating the smaller flat ribbon cable
    C'mon now, you know noobs don't understand that concept yet
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    Got It Fixed

    I got the power cable in the wrong way around it turns out. blew the fuse and the reverse polarity protection circuit. so i gave it to a m8 and got it fixed for free.

    Thanks Anyway

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    Fuse blown lillput 7"

    what is a "m8" my lcd also has a blown fuse. the fuse says a symbol of a triangle with a "T" inside witha a lil line on top of the T. also it says KOAC 1A.. can anyone tell me what these things mean??

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    lol

    m8 is an english term for mate.

    And that means friend or bud and not your fuk***** kind of mate


    1A is the rating of the fuse, meaning 1 amp, you MUST replace it with the same value

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    what about the letters? and also what kind of fuse? does anyone know where i can get the same one. i have gone to digikey but too many different kinds. it looks like a SMD fuse. i have a pic of it? i don't know if it's a fast or slow acting.

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    no one knows

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    it is a fast acting SMD fuse, digikey has them, and I believe Armen from Digitalww has them as well.

    but like some others I just soldered a regular fuse holder to the existing pads, that way I can use standard fuses instead of having to buy the darn SMD fuses
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    thanks i contacted armen and it like 3 dollars

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