LCD screen repair on control panel (1 Viewer)

bugcab

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Anyone know if LCD screen repair/replacement is possible (2007 Niesmann & Bischoff control panel)?

Ideally would like to repair/replace with original if possible but will otherwise have to look at a whole new unit from 3rd party manufacturer.

Thanks.
 

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Nowhere near as simple as it might appear as the N&B version is configured specifically for that model. Some can be repaired, but a few here have found that not many can. A replacement will require rewiring the circuits to fit
 
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Any idea on where I should be looking to see if it's repairable?
 

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I don't know if Apuljac engineering can, but they tend to be the best
 
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Anyone know if LCD screen repair/replacement is possible (2007 Niesmann & Bischoff control panel)?

Ideally would like to repair/replace with original if possible but will otherwise have to look at a whole new unit from 3rd party manufacturer.

Thanks.
Is it just the LCD that has a problem or the whole panel?

I think the panel that Niesmann uses is a modified CBE PC 200, the difference I see in mine is that the Niesmann item has a Ice Ex heating function whereas the standard panel is a light switch in the same place.

I would bet good money that the LCD is the same in both units.
 
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Mzracer, just the LCD partially failed/obscured. Could live with it if I had to but would rather sort it. Certainly looks similar to one of those CBE units. Not sure it's the PC200. Van away having service and inspection but will look into it further when back. Thanks.
 
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Is the van an Arto?

The control panel in my 2008 Arto looks identical to a PC 200 apart from the function of the top left push button in the right hand button cluster.

If this was the case it may even be as simple as getting a PC 200 and switching over the Niesmann bezel face onto the unit to make a good one.

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I'm not familiar with the N&B display, but if the fault is just missing "sections" of the display, have a watch of this thermostat display fix ?
 
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Now that is a good fix.

When he held the display over the toaster for heating was he reactivating the adhesive holding down the ribbon connector.

He had a very good understanding of how the LCD displays are built/assembled.

Thanks, I will store that one in the memory bank.
 
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Top tip but don't think that will work for my problem.

Display is from 2007 Clou 675. Unfortunately the display fault is what I would describe as areas of LCD bleed opposed to missing lines that may be a faulty ribbon connection.
 
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Does the panel look like this?
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This is the panel.

Functioning but very hard to read much of the information.

Any idea of model type so I can see if replacement is available.

Thanks.

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PXL_20230414_134121193.jpg

Van is off having full service and inspection at the moment and not been in it long enough to remeber but I think it has a bigger LCD display section.
 

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