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Thread: Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T HDMI exists- Auto-ON How To Inside:

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    Thank you aarrgghh!!!!

    I've been searching for hours to figure out how to get my 869GL to auto power on, and this worked with no problems.

    This really should be in the first post of the Lilliput FAQ - http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/lcd-...-lilliput.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by aarrgghh View Post
    Auto on solved. Here's how:

    Have a video source on, I'm using DVI with the HDMI cable.
    Turn the screen off.
    Press and hold the power button for around 10 seconds.
    Release and quickly hit and release power again.
    Monitor will turn on and display a language config menu.
    Press and release menu until you get to one with a 'POWER STATE' setting.
    Use the + key to change this from 0 to 2.
    Press and release menu until the menu disappears.
    Now when you unplug and replug the power the monitor turns on by itself.

    BTW, I figured this out by chance after pressing and holding the power button to simulate a simple circuit to do that to try to turn it on without having to use a pulse generator. Use at your own risk.
    This worked wonderfully for my Kangput 869GL/T (which I believe it's a knock off of lilliput since the board looks the same and this works fine). I had to try several times though, and after hitting the power button quickly, I had to press the a/v button before the menu came out. Anyways auto power on is working fine now. Thanks for the tutorial!

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    anybody has any clue how to do it with the remote? I've ordered one with the double din from mp3car.com, but this method doesn't seems to work.

    Thanks it's the only thing left to do on my setup.

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    You can't do it with the remote control. You have to push and hold the physical power button for it to work. You are going to have to dismount the control board to gain access to the button board. I would not suggest being lazy about it and trying to use something (unless its plastic) to fit between the button board and control board. There is to much you can short out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by double0h View Post
    Hey Kosti,

    If you still have the screen apart, any chance of a better pic of where the reverse cam switch wire joins the board?

    Thanks

    Brendon.
    Hi Mate,

    Sorry been offline for ages, new baby in the family taking up a lot of time!

    When i get a chance I will take another picture as it's still in bits
    New Car PC Build list in progress

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    For those of you that have requested a closer pic of the RCI wire on the 669. Please note this is the latest version of the 669 control board.

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    thanks man, i just never got around to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theonlykid View Post
    For those of you that have requested a closer pic of the RCI wire on the 669. Please note this is the latest version of the 669 control board.
    theonlykid: Thanks for that. Do you know if the transistor to the left of the added wire is the only additional component? Or are there resistors needing to be added like on the 701?

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    I believe that it is the same as the 701. You need to add the 2 resistors directly above the wire and the transistor to the left of it. I dont have any way to confirm that now. We stopped stocking the non auto switching models. Perhaps someone else out there has a standard one and can confirm that all 3 are needed.

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    Thanks. I'll give it a shot

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