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Laguz75 said:

You can install the cable in ether direction if you look at the past posts you can see that I used a connector on mine but i tried soldering a screen to the cable like iandvaypes and it is easiesr. Here's a pic of the connector which is the same on the board you can see it makes contact if you put the cable in ether direction

May i know where i can find this connector..need it badly..my connetor got problem..

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Hello, I need help, I watched the forum on the tape tab from display to display the DNA 20 - DNA 40, does not match any version of cable ffc of the set, you have no idea what band I could use? Thank you.

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kamasi said:

Hello, I need help, I watched the forum on the tape tab from display to display the DNA 20 - DNA 40, does not match any version of cable ffc of the set, you have no idea what band I could use? Thank you.


What model DNA board is it that you need the screen for?

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DNA 20 D, small screen, I want to position the screen on the electronics and I need an extension of the connection between the display and electronics.

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I don't have any first hand experience with that but here's what I think.
The ribbon is soldered on to the board and while it can be replaced it takes considerable skill.
The extension cable will have to be fabricated or a similar ribbon modified and soldered to existing ribbon and board.
You should be able to purchase a new screen for the DNA 20 by opening a ticket with Evolv.
https://helpdesk.evolvapor.com/index.php?a=add

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@dwcraig1 is correct. The DNA 20D small screen's ribbon is soldered to the board. The only way I think you could add a ribbon extension is to solder the extra ribbon onto the DNA20 ribbon and then solder it to the DNA20D board.  I guess you could find a connector set to solder to the ribbons and connect the extension that way but will still have to solder the extension to the board.  There is no Zif connector on the board.

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Hi...i am a new user here. In my case I have various lengths and they do seem to fit although the ends are a little thicker. I haven't had time to cut the notches and solder sockets. Work is overwhelming right now.

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