Thanks for all information! Board index All times are UTC. Is there any way to somehow get the regulator back up to 3. Right, so I’ve come a step further again. I’ll keep you posted. Here is a picture of the whole board. Here are pictures of the screen’s
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This is all working if i reconnect the 12v line and power form a 12v adapter so no issues there, I just can’t get it to power from 5v and i’m not sure why it’s cymc 3. It is originally a 12v powered but I have seen that it is possible to make it work in 5v.
Now you show us the full picture. Last edited by LordRepusv on Fri Oct 16, 9: MauroG, with that board and the wiring suggested, do you have to remove the chip at all?
Well it was 4. Tue Jan 12, 4: Tue Jan 12, 2: I attached an image of the chip and the voltage readings that I get from the different pins.
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Thu Oct 08, 8: If you come across a new board small and handyjust 5v is not enough to power it. See pictures for my monitors PCB open in new tab for bigger pic: That means I’m guessing 3. I’ll keep you posted. I will try your answers. On the height pin chip below the inductor cmc printed this: The cost is the inefficiencies of the conversion process, you’ll be wasting power by converting twice which can be important for portable systems.
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And you connected the 5V to where Pin 2 used to be as per Mahjongg’s post? I guess Ill get a multimeter to see if any power is actually running through. Either find on ebay: Tue Jan 12, 7: This is somehow the difference between a perfect screen and a bad flickering one. Anyway, you just answered your own question.
Tried of few things, none on them worked. So, do you think I need to weld the red wire to this part?
It is still working. After some tinkering, I have find out that the part circled in red is where I can put the 5v wire.
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Board voltages when powered by 5V vs 12V Tue Jan 12, 5: Mon Oct 19, 3: Fri Oct 09, 1: Thanks for all information! Sun Nov 29, 5: It only worked a with 5v when I tried on the highlighted place see the 1st poste. Sun Oct 25, 4: I also tried to solder directly to the 12v connection and power from 5V which is what was suggested on a few posts.
Hello, thanks for your help.