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    DSATX installed = LCD Static

    I installed a DSATX, everything works fine no problems....

    But..... my LCD has this weird static, like faint lines that move in up and down... kind of a static look to it....

    I thought I would post this here because this started happening when I installed my DSATX.

    Using a Inverter, the LCD was crystal clear.

    Anyone know what might be causing this???

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    Ground loop most likely.
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    Ground loop?

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    I started getting that on my M2-ATX recently. Think it's a loose wire.
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