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Scrammbled Display

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I have a Lynx II that is showing scrammbled grafics after the game is inserted and turned on. The contacts have been cleaned on the system as well as the game card. I have even switched the LCD screen incase that may remedy the problem. It didn't. There are no breaks in the ribbon from the board to the screen. Has someone with a test board that may have had this problem in the past located a capacitor, diode, conductor, relay on the board that may be ready to give way that may cause scrammbled grafics?

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Hey trailmobile, did you ever found a way to solve this problem?, my Lynx 2 just started to do the same thing :sad: . I have already cleaned the system but to no avail. Thanks in advance.

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No I have not yet but I keep watching the forums for any info that may help. You may also try doing a search at google or any search site and key in Atari Lynx problems or just Atari Lynx and it gives pages and pages to look through. Good Luck

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do either of you guys have the "lynx diagnostic" card to help you on this?

if you have or can get one of these to help you out, it might be a good

idea.

it sounds like your graphics processor is bad in your lynxes. or you have

a lousy ram chip in there.--the lynxer

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