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June 13, 2018, 8:32 pm
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I have a Pioneer KEXM8076ZT, P1708 (Mobile Electronics: Radio/Cassette
Player) with a bad LCD (ghosting segments).
I found a couple of relevant parts...
1) Pioneer CWM4931 - LCD with PCB
2) Pioneer CAW1385 - LCD only
Even better, someone posted a YT video fixing LCD ghosting segments just
by cleaning the contacts on his Fluke 85 Multimeter...
How to bring LCD Ghost Segments back from the Dead...
Not sure whether I can clean the contacts on my Pioneer radio.
Anyone know what type of connector is used for the LCD and PCB ?
Is the connector standard or proprietary ?
I have photos but not sure how best to upload.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Re: LCD has ghosting segments problem (in Pioneer KEXM8076ZT, P1708)
a bunch of free ones, and I know none of them are perfect, that's why I don
't have one. I used to have Dropbox but when they told me I had to update m
y OS I told them to go pound salt.
Most of those LCDs are connected by a zebra strip. It is not supposed to ev
er go bad. I would see about a replacement before even taking it apart.
I would like to assume that if you order the LCD with the PCB you get one b
ut never assume anything.
Zebra strips are only partly standardized, and to cut them you need extreme
You might want to see if you could maybe squeeze the whole mess together, m
ight work might not.
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