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Old 4th July 2008, 02:11 PM   #1
Ivar is offline Ivar  Netherlands
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Default Pink Triangle Litaural display problem

I have owned a Cardinal/Ordinal (later DaCapo) combo in the past, enjoyed it very much. Upgraded to a CEC TL-1X and DAC, then "downgraded" my system and have been playing with a Litaural for the last 2 years...

My Litaural started to have one problem last week: the right digit (only that one) of the two digits indicating the track no. on the display has been permanently displaying an "8" (all segments on).
Whether I load a disc or not...

I've been told this is a VFD which fades over time, but that doesn't explain the sudden faulty single digit... Also, I can't imagine a bad solder joint after 10 years of flawless functionality. The player never experienced transport or shock for the last 2 years...

Anyone got an idea?
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