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  1. That's a different issue that I don't know the solution to friend, though I'm sure there is one. On the DNA 60 I was referring to in this thread, the mod keeps firing whether the message was enabled or disabled.
  2. As I learned myself, that message is simply saying that the build has reached and is being maintained at the set temperature. It won't and shouldn't stop unless intentionally disabled in Escribe. If you haven't done that, it will continue to display and that is by design. If you want it to go away, you need to do what the fella told me above. Connect your mod to Escribe, go into the screen dialog and disable that message. It might be slightly different for the 250C, but I'm sure the general principle is the same.
  3. What's the matter with these people putting a screen setting in the screen setting area? 🙄
  4. SUPER helpful!! This has been jist killin me. Of course it males perfect sense once somebody points it out. How did you turn off the message though? I can't find it in Escribe. This is a DNA 60.
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    dead screen? gone all white

    One last question. Did I understand you correctly that you fixed this with the existing screen? Or did you need a new one after all? Thanks again.
  6. gsmit1

    dead screen? gone all white

    That you sir. How tough is it to get the disassembly process to this point?
  7. gsmit1

    dead screen? gone all white

    Does anybody know of a detailed tutorial on how to replace the screen on a Paranormal 250C? I have one that has gone white twice and from what I'm reading, it looks like it will get worse. I see people saying they replaced theirs with no problem and others saying it's a bear to get into the Paranormal 250C at that level. I'm pretty good with this kinda stuff, but a detailed tutorial sure would be helpful and likely save myself and others a bunch of time and aggravation. I can't seem to find anything specifically for the Paranormal 250C. Thanks.
  8. gsmit1

    250c LED on with screen?

    Thank you and sorry for the delayed response. I'm assuming the tray is kinda like a frame that holds the screen in. I'm hoping it can be removed from the point you show in your pix and doessn't have to be detached from the back somehow. I've done plenty of work on Laptops and sometimes what could have been a five minute operation stretches into a couple hours because the way the assembly is designed.
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    250c LED on with screen?

    This is very helpful. Would you happen to know if any further disassembly than what you've described here is necessary to replace the screen? I don't have a problem at the moment, but I'm preparing for a possibly future eventuality. Thanks very much.
  10. Is this issue with the screen or the chip or something else? Thanks,