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I was told my a member of the GL1800Riders board that ther was someone here who does repairs on this assembly. It houses the clock,radio and air pressure readings. I still get partial reads but it seema that the liquid has run to one side. Does anyone know if this can be repaired? Thank you and now I'll enjoy the rest of this site.
 

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You can't fix it. I've had 2 go down- over £700 new in UK!!

The glass (plastic) laminates begin to seperate, allowing the liquid crystals to spread out between. The first one to go down was on my '97 model. The replacement was off a 95 and lasted a couple of months. You'll see my thread on this if you go back a couple of weeks. These LCD's are a total pain.
 

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hi steve have you still got the lcd display that is bust a friend of mine worked for jcb on the electronics side and said if i can hold of a busted one he would have a look to see if the glass part could be replaced
 

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Hi Longeford,



First, WELCOME to the board! You will find GREAT things here, GREAT information and above all, GREAT people. Probably the best bunch of people I have found on the net yet. Nothing but good stuff lives here!



Anyhow, to help with your questions, this exact topic was talked about in detail here just with-in this month. You can find it here, including pictures!



http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum1/61178.html



Tim.
 

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No, I'm sorry I don't have it now - I dumped it. I can't see how you could split it though- I couldn't see the join. I imagine it is a very specialist manufactured part. If anyone does have any further technical info- it would be appreciated.
 

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I forgot to add- I think the repair talked about at the start of this thread was to do with cleaning connections, which could restore some elements of a display not responding- most particularly on a GL1200 digital dashboard. It was not a repair to a "bleeding screen" problem.
 
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