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Display locked into the troubleshoot display.

Display goes to troubleshooting on plugging it into the 220VAC and the membrane switches become useless. Is it the main logic board?

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More likely its the I.U.(interface user) board that controls the logic board

Posted on Feb 23, 2013

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