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My LCD has stopped working

After reading up on the wiki for a little while, I was excited to upgrade my A5S to tmc2208 stepper drivers; however, I didn't pay close enough attention and, much to my chagrin, I opened up my A5s to find sautered on drivers. The issue is, after I reassembled the printer, the LCD has stopped responding to touch. I tried using a stylus, but that does not work. I tried flashing the community firmware on the printer for the first time to see if that changed anything, but it didn't. What do I do?

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  • Samuel PinchesSamuel Pinches Posts: 2,955Administrator

    Hi @anpetra , I’m sorry to hear that — the touch may have been damaged in some way? I would suggest to replace the screen. JGMaker should be able to sell you a suitable replacement part. The A5 and A5S are very different internally, as you would have found out.

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