Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 16 11:24:59 EDT 2007 | mymiss
We have a DEK 260 and I believe that the touch screen has gone bad. Any suggestion as to where I can get a replacement?
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 26 08:29:03 EDT 2007 | pjc
Try this guy, maybe he can hook you up: http://www.dekhead.com/index.html
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 16 06:42:19 EDT 2008 | cyber_wolf
We converted ours from touch screen to a monitor with a mouse.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 17 08:36:21 EDT 2008 | steveliu
How did you convert the touch screen to the monitor and mouse combination? We had the same problem two years ago and tried to do the conversion, but ended up with a new DC/DC power supply card.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 17 17:20:39 EDT 2008 | steveliu
The screen we had is a Planar EL7768MS. There is a small DC/DC power supply board attahced to the back of the touch screen. That PS board was toasted and caused the failure of the screen. Steve
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 21 18:19:41 EDT 2009 | jlawson
Has it stopped all togather, or look like power problem. I fixed one of these things , was power issue , cold joint on Switchmode Supply to the touch screen controller and up she went again. This only if power to the PCB is faulty....
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 22 08:44:45 EDT 2009 | edmneb
It has stopped all together. We did go thru and touch up the solder joints. It says it fails to initialize the CRT.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 15 17:28:10 EDT 2008 | proy
We have an SPM which has a faulty touch screen (worn out?? who knows). ELOtouch does not have a replacment for this old screen. Has anyone here had any luck replacing it with something else, OR replacing the computer with another, upgrading the soft
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 08 12:47:52 EST 2004 | clampron
Good Day Everyone, I have a BGA rework that has some chipped/damaged solder mask that will need to be repaired prior to BGA replacement. I was wondering what materials are being used in the industry for this type of application. Any help would be g
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 08 13:38:37 EST 2004 | davef
You need to cover the chipped areas with a protectant coating, like epoxy. Look here:http://www.circuittechctr.com/products/115-1322.shtml We have no relationship, nor receive benefit from the company referenced above.