LCD Connector

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by hazim, Oct 5, 2012.

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  1. hazim

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    Jan 3, 2008
    Dear all.

    The picture is for a car dashboard/tableau. It has 3 LCDs, a problem usually happens with them, where the contact between the LCD's connector and the PCB is not good, humidity seems to make the conductor of that nylon connector has erosion. I don't know what is the type of these conductors, but looks like carbon, what you see in the picture is not a unique LCD, but as most LCDs of these types, as those of calculators too... I'm thinking about a way that may help repairing this problem of these units, as car electricians use to replace all of the tableau when they face this problem.
    Any ideas?


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    Apr 5, 2008

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