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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

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    Anyone use this on the glass?

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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

    This is what I have used. It is specially made for this application. It must be cured in ultraviolet light though…

    https://www.amazon.com/MMOBIEL-TP250...s%2C152&sr=8-5

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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

    The polarization film I have used in the past had adhesive already on it, I have done them before where I just placed the film in there without adhesive and it worked just fine, that was on Seadoo round gauges.
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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

    I have also done several Seadoo gauges, a Kawi, and a Yamaha. All used the sticky back film I bought online.
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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

    So the glue worked like a charm and used a mirror vinyl film. But i soldered it and this is what i got! Loosing faith!20220513_211017.jpg

    Were did i go wrong ?

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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

    Quote Originally Posted by Rconce01 View Post
    So the glue worked like a charm and used a mirror vinyl film. But i soldered it and this is what i got! Loosing faith!20220513_211017.jpg

    Were did i go wrong ?
    Gotta check your solder connections and the board in general. You may have disturbed a solder joint. Do we know if it was working before you began the repair or was it too unreadable?

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    Re: Lcd replacement on info gauge

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad_GSX View Post
    Gotta check your solder connections and the board in general. You may have disturbed a solder joint. Do we know if it was working before you began the repair or was it too unreadable?
    At one point in its life it worked very faint. When i pulled it apart it was completely blank..i think i may be lacking the fine soldering skills. Almost fixed it! Im wondering if it might be the main circuit board that went bad the part that stays in the round plastic. Because that is all it displays at all times even if i press the buttons to cycle through options the display stays stuck. At least i learned the glue works good and the trick to the polarizer and reflecting film. I will try with another gauge soon.

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