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Author: Subject: Dismantling an ETB DD2 Lite dash
bi22le

posted on 1/6/20 at 06:26 PM Reply With Quote
Dismantling an ETB DD2 Lite dash

About 3 years ago I bought a "working" DD2 Lite from eBay.

Either since then, or knowingly sold like it by the seller, button A is stuck down.

I could try and send this back to ETB, infact they are based on the same estate as my company, or I could fix it myself.

These are very well made bits of kit though and I can't see anyway into it to try and replace the button.

Anyone dismantled one before? I don't want to be picking off the front membrain if that is not the way in!





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loggyboy

posted on 1/6/20 at 07:02 PM Reply With Quote
I looked at this as wanted to change led colours, they appeared to be adhesive sealed so didnt bother.





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bi22le

posted on 1/6/20 at 10:00 PM Reply With Quote
Update:

I think I have fixed the button. I managed to pick out the rubber seal that covers the switch and keep moving it whxi seems to have stopped it from sticking.

That will do for now anyway.





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