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Old 06-23-2018, 06:12 AM   #1
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Default Dell E196FPf fixed dump ok

Hi,
Got 2 Dell E196FPf to fix. First one didn't have an image (you could see the LCD polarizing on and off though) and no backlight either.
Replaced C869 (high ESR), C1 and C9 (bulging) and it came on again, but in burn-in mode (cycling colors).
I flashed the firmware using the one extracted from the other display and it's working fine again.
The other display only has no backlight, I guess I need to replace C1 and C9 too, I will look at this one later.

Bad dump and good dump attached. Pick the right one!
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Old 06-28-2018, 06:16 PM   #2
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Default Re: Dell E196FPf fixed dump ok

Nice work piernov! But LOL, why post the BAD dump, other than to confuse people. I suppose it's a comprehension test?
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