Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 00:27:35 +0000 (UTC)
From: amesnopsamrak.demon.co.uk (Andrew Stephenson)
Subject: Re: Opinions on new 9-5s (in the UK)?


In article <HFIEvB.Ewqnopsamove.se> hohnopsamlid.invalid "Goran Larsson" writes: > In article <1053963769snznopsamrak.demon.co.uk>, > Andrew Stephenson <amesnopsamrak.demon.co.uk> wrote: > > > [...] > > The SID display does *not* contain a gazillion LEDs. The display is > made from a single liquid crystal display (LCD) panel backlit by > ordinary light bulbs and with an orange plastic filter infront of > the display panel. The reason for the missing dots is that the cable > between the LCD panel and the electronics circuit board is no longer > making a 100% connection with the circuit board. > > The display problem is easy to fix: > > < http://www.users.waitrose.com/~randmwilliams/index.html > Thanks for the clarification. People were talking about a LED display; I assumed they knew whereof they talked. Really, having a dodgy connector makes it less excusable. And worse if it is a common problem. And even worse if it is so easy to fix. Exactly what game are Saab playing? Did they buy a job-lot of millions, which they have to use before upgrading the design? -- Andrew Stephenson

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