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2010 1.6 berlingo lcd screen !
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I was Wondering if anyone could help me with my display it has a slight line down the Center of the display and there is abit missing from the top. It’s just annoying more than anything, I was hoping it was just a loose wire.

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Thanks Ryan


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It's likely to be the ribbon cable that connects to the screen LCD from the circuit board, called a zebra strip. Often they are just a conductive striped rubber strip or a row of small solder joints. Worth taking it apart and see if the zebra strip just needs cleaned with electrical cleaner and reseated. At a push, you can swap it out from a scrapper but there are different versions for Bluetooth etc so you'd need the same one as you have now. Some other Citroen ones or Peugeot ones can be fitted too.

If it's a soldered ribbon, it could be reflowed but if you're not handy with a soldering iron it would be better taken to a TV repair guy.
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(18-10-2020, 02:50 PM)Thanks for the reply Zion I will have a look at the zebra strip and try give it a clean, if that fails I will try the soldering option ??is it easy enough to get to the zebra strip or Evan remove and replace it.cheers Ryan Wrote:  It's likely to be the ribbon cable that connects to the screen LCD from the circuit board, called a zebra strip. Often they are just a conductive striped rubber strip or a row of small solder joints. Worth taking it apart and see if the zebra strip just needs cleaned with electrical cleaner and reseated. At a push, you can swap it out from a scrapper but there are different versions for Bluetooth etc so you'd need the same one as you have now. Some other Citroen ones or Peugeot ones can be fitted too.

If it's a soldered ribbon, it could be reflowed but if you're not handy with a soldering iron it would be better taken to a TV repair guy.
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If you can remove the surround carefully (never taken mine out) then you can carefully dismantle the screen and see how the LCD part is connected to the circuit board. Some housings are screwed down, and the screws are under a piece of trim that can be prised up with a plastic tool like a guitar pick or similar. If the display uses a zebra strip the it will be sandwiched together with screws holding the screen to the circuit board. The zebra strip type have no solder connecting the screen, just the force of the contact between the screen and circuit board. If it's a ribbon cable with solder joints, the board and screen will usually be able to be separated while still wired to each other.

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