stampante N4 display touch screen

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Peppe692
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Joined: 2020-09-21 0:29

Hello, I am the owner of an Anet N4, since last May, unfortunately yesterday, due to a momentary electric blackout, the display no longer turns on, the internal controller board is powered and you can see the resin engraving LEDs regularly powered, while the display feature access, it doesn't work, how can I fix it? what model is called display? how to replace any tutorials? Thank you


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AnetLau
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Joined: 2020-06-24 1:56

Peppe692 wrote: 2020-09-21 0:42 Hello, I am the owner of an Anet N4, since last May, unfortunately yesterday, due to a momentary electric blackout, the display no longer turns on, the internal controller board is powered and you can see the resin engraving LEDs regularly powered, while the display feature access, it doesn't work, how can I fix it? what model is called display? how to replace any tutorials? Thank you
Hello, the display of N4 is sell out now, could you contact with our support team and they will give you some guidance. The support email is supprot@anet3d.com. Thanks.
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Aaronral
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Joined: 2020-11-17 14:25

Unfortunately I think you are right... after googling extensively it looks like it is very difficult to get a standard touch screen LCD monitor to work with Android.
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