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#11
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/13 23:32
VB Gamer
Joined 9/5
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Quote:

Nes Freak wrote:
i still say be experimental :P wire it up directly to 5v usb power. i did it for the nes and it worked great :P


How do you prose to do that?
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#12
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/15 0:09
Nintendoid!
Joined 2017/10/29
USA
115 Posts
Long Time User (2 Years)
Quote:

Sohokan wrote:
Quote:

Nes Freak wrote:
i still say be experimental :P wire it up directly to 5v usb power. i did it for the nes and it worked great :P


How do you prose to do that?


just wire up ground to ground and the 5v to what ever pin does the power. id have to check it with my volt meter.
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#13
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/25 5:42
VB Gamer
Joined 9/5
10 Posts
So now I'm.getting the following static red in 1 side and.no.image.in the other
I'm not sure if it's a display ribbon problem
What do you recommend fixing it?

BTW, I place 7805 as fix

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#14
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/25 6:18
PVB Elite
Joined 2013/6/17
Canada
1176 Posts
Top10 Poster10+ Game RatingsLong Time User (6 Years)
Good job! I'm glad to hear that patch worked a charm.

It does look like it could be a display problem.. If you're good at fine soldering you could try soldering your ribbon cable in place of where that glue is holding on the display piece. You have to 'scrape' a bit of the insulated coating off the ribbon cable on that end.
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#15
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/25 8:33
VB Gamer
Joined 9/5
10 Posts
Quote:

speedyink wrote:
Good job! I'm glad to hear that patch worked a charm.

It does look like it could be a display problem.. If you're good at fine soldering you could try soldering your ribbon cable in place of where that glue is holding on the display piece. You have to 'scrape' a bit of the insulated coating off the ribbon cable on that end.


Thanks
What kind of tools do I need?
Which other alternative are there a?
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#16
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/25 23:57
VB Gamer
Joined 8/20
18 Posts
Before you do that, you might want to make sure it's a display issue rather than a power issue. Those two ribbons you see in your image, on the very left and right. One side plugs in, the other side is glued on. Press on the glued on sides while powered on to see if you observe any difference. If you see the screens correct/come on while you are pressing, it's a display issue caused by the ribbons coming unglued, if not, it may not be display related.
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#17
Re: vb burn out
Posted on: 9/29 3:40
VB Gamer
Joined 9/5
10 Posts
So there’s no sound coming from the vb
I can feel,the vibration all the time
What other posible issue could it be ?
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