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Oct 24, 2017

small pixel failure on display

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As mentioned above I´ve a small pixel point in the display. Will an update help to solve this issue? in the photo you can see this near the no. 1

 

A software update will not help. If you are inclined to, you could purchase a 20x2 LCD online, solder on right angled connectors and then swap the LCD out.

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