Saltar al contenido principal

Desmontaje del dispositivo para Nintendo Virtual Boy, una consola de juegos 3D de 32 bits para un solo jugador lanzada en 1995.

Preguntas 8 Ver todo

right eye shows no picture

Virtual Boy Nintendo Game System unit works but the right eye is completely dead no picture at all how do i troubleshoot this?

Contesta esta pregunta Yo también tengo este problema

Es esta una buena pregunta?

Puntuación 0
Agregar un comentario

3 Respuestas

Respuesta Más Útil

Luke, I suppose it is time to disassemble your VB and to take a look at the oscillating mirror on the right side as well as the display unit. If either one of those wont work, you will have no display. Until you have it apart, anything will just be a guess. Check the teardown on here so you know what to look for. Hope this helps to get you started.

Fue útil esta respuesta?

Puntuación 2
Agregar un comentario

The video the guy give the correct answers about the repair but he way he suggest fixing it is terrible. Use a heat gun and flat solid object like a knife. Use one hand to apply pressure to the ribbon cable with the back edge of the knife. Use a butter knife nothing sharp. Use a pot holder to hold the knife so you don't get burned. Use your other hand to apply gentle heat for about 2 minutes. Allow to cool. If you still don't get a picture then you will have to use more intense heat. I have fixed them this way you should be able to as well.

Fue útil esta respuesta?

Puntuación 1

1 comentario:

BE CAREFUL not to spike the heat with this method. Tried about 5 times, getting _negligible-incrementally_ more stable rows each time (from 100% dead to start). Finally went all-in on the sustained heat+pressure and... melted the end of the ribbon onto the knife, from which point it peeled completely off the PCB. RIP eyepiece, unless I can find someone with amazing fine soldering skills.

So... right idea, but be VERY PATIENT and do NOT go full-bore up-close on the heat gun, and possibly not even for 2 minutes at once. Also, DO find something- a strip of weighted-down cardboard, metal plate, spring-clamp, etc.- to shield all but the end of the ribbon or it can begin to melt!

- de

Agregar un comentario

Hey Luke, I just fixed one this week.

You have to take it apart and reflow the ribbon that creates the picture on that side. It is very simple, make sure and not use too much heat.

There is a good video on a tear down and reflow of the ribbons.

In the video the guys uses an oven to reflow, but I used a heat gun instead.

Fue útil esta respuesta?

Puntuación 0
Agregar un comentario

Añadir tu respuesta

Luke estará eternamente agradecido.
Ver Estadísticas:

Ultimas 24 horas: 2

Ultimos 7 días: 14

Ultimos 30 días: 66

Todo El Tiempo: 11,042