DX21 wrote:In theory it should be the same as a DX21, http://www.rapidonline.com/electronic-c ... it-57-0913
This is the one, and its local too the shape is the key thing, others will work but would require some crafty hacking versus a dropin replacement like this one.
I'm thinking you might need a pin header from your local electronic parts store though.
pinky_blue wrote:There are some pesky screws holding the original lcd onto the metal bracket which secures the lcd onto the case which I can't seem to get off
plus321 wrote:I think you would need to put in an inverter circuit to power the backlight which would be pins 15 & 16. I think these didn't have a backlit display.
Just don't hook up 15 and 16 and it will probably work with no backlight. An oled doesn't need those connections either, but would probably be harder to find the same physical specs.
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