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HOW TO HANDLE DISPLAY
The display is a liquid crystal display and should
be handled with care.
Never disassemble the display. Some
parts utilize extremely high voltage.
Touching them may result in serious
Characteristics of liquid crystal dis-
.If the temperature inside the vehicle is
especially low, the display will stay relatively
dim or the movement of the images may be
slow. These conditions are normal. The
display will function normally when the
interior of the vehicle has warmed up.
. Some pixels in the display are darker or
brighter than others. This condition is an
inherent characteristic of liquid crystal dis-
plays, and it is not a malfunction.
. A remnant of the previous display image may
remain on the screen. This screen burn is
inherent in displays, and it is not a malfunc-
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