Sorry to bring back an old thread, but I have just received a reply from Lilliput on how to solve this problem. Here it goes:
This part is an EEPROM and is easy to find. I got one for about $0.50 as a spare. Now Im waiting to my 75Hz to die as my 60Hz did, and then I will find out if it works.Hi again sirs,
Thanks for your reply. We just saw your e-mail yesterday. We had transfered your problems to our technician to see. They advise that you can change parts
is 8-pin memorizer (24c16) to solve your problem.
We are looking forwards to your reply ASAP.
Have a good day!
If anyone give this a try, please post results.