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Old 07-14-2014, 04:52 PM   #1
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Trace Enginerring Interter/Charger Display issue

Just noticed the display for my Trace inverter/charger went haywire. I hit the factory reset button and doesn't fix the issue. Any idea what the heck happened or how to fix? Here's a picture of what the display is showing.

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Old 07-14-2014, 05:04 PM   #2
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Re: Trace Enginerring Interter/Charger Display issue

I used to fret about BMW car stereos and dash displays losing their pixels like this or going haywire, but have since learned they can be repaired. I would bet that's the case for these too, since it is a pretty good quality product, not a disposable consumer good like so many things these days. Have you Googled 'LCD repair' or a few similar terms?
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Re: Trace Enginerring Interter/Charger Display issue

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I used to fret about BMW car stereos and dash displays losing their pixels like this or going haywire, but have since learned they can be repaired. I would bet that's the case for these too, since it is a pretty good quality product, not a disposable consumer good like so many things these days. Have you Googled 'LCD repair' or a few similar terms?
Yeah I really can't find anything...
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