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    I have a quick question about a NEC LCD and controller card. I know some people on here have this same model so I thought I would ask. I just recieved my 6.4" (http://www.flat-panel.com/SK2003.HTM). I ordered the kit that included the LCD module and controller. My question is about connections. I knew where the VGA cable and power cable plugs into the controller card, and I could also guess where the two sets of wires coming from the one side of LCD plug into on that little card extending from the main controller. There's also what looks like a ground (thin green wire with tongue ring connector on the end) coming off the vga cable where it connects on the controller card, but I'm not sure where this goes? Does it connect to a screw on the controller board? Every time I hook it up to power the green LED flashes quickly and then the red LED marked "fault" starts to blink. Now keep in my I have never hooked this up to the computer yet so maybe it needs to be activated by the computer signal? Any info would be appreciated, thank you.

    ---Yes, I have contacted flat-panel about this with no reply yet. Like I said, I know some people on the board have had experience with this particular screen and many TFTs in general so I thought I'd give it a shot here. Thanks---

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    Hi,

    you should hook it up to your computer, this might help..

    Some screens will not even turn on when there's no input signal.

    You should give it a try.

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    Thanks. That's what I've been told recently. I just need to get new inverter, it was shot after one week!

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    WHAT !?! how did you toast an inverter?
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    lol...yeah, how they hell did u toast an inverter??????
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    I had the misfortune of killing a inverter once... Someone got in my truck and tried to move the seat back.. it didn't work, but he caught the AC power cable in the rail and shorted it out. whoops.
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    I have no idea how it died. It just did, and i was sad.

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    Are we talking about an inverter or a goldfish?

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    I'v never had to flush an inverter down the toliet
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    Nah, My goldfish died a few years back - let's not bring that up though

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