Moisture in the display panel

Deacon Blues

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I took off the glass display cover this morning. There looks to be two layers of glass, with the moisture trapped between the two layers.
I've put the display cover in some absorbent material to see if it will absorb the moisture.
The display electronics looks to be dry, but I did spent some time with a hair dryer just in case there some some moisture in the unit itself.
I'll put everything together later in a couple of hours. Fingers crossed.
 

byunbee

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I took off the glass display cover this morning. There looks to be two layers of glass, with the moisture trapped between the two layers.
I've put the display cover in some absorbent material to see if it will absorb the moisture.
The display electronics looks to be dry, but I did spent some time with a hair dryer just in case there some some moisture in the unit itself.
I'll put everything together later in a couple of hours. Fingers crossed.
I still recommend letting it sit for few more days. You'd be surprised the moisture that can hide inside crevices near the circuit board.
 

bob armani

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Bigal1463

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i have to say that the rice trick does work. I let the display sit in a bowl of uncooked rice for thre or 4 days and never had a problem again.
 

Deacon Blues

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I took the display completely apart and used a hair dryer to dry everything out, then let it sit for a day. No luck.
I've just ordered another display. :confused: