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Display Problems and Possible Solutions

(Keep in mind, only qualified service personnel may access internal electronics. Turn off power before performing any repair or maintenance work.)

Module is blank or garbled

  • Check the power status LEDs on all power supplies and modules connected to the module.

Section of display is blank.

  • Ensure the section is receiving power and all breakers are turned on.
  • Ensure the power status LEDs on the modules, power supplies, and ProLink routers (PLRs) in the blank section are on.
  • Ensure the connections to the PLR are secure. Change the connections with one another to test.
  • Ensure the fiber-optic signal connects to the PLR or patch panel.

Entire display is blank.

  • Ensure the display is receiving power and all breakers are turned on. When power is applied to the display, power supply LEDs should turn on.
  • Ensure the video image processor (VIP) is not blank.
  • Ensure the fiber-optic signal cable connects to the VIP. The input signal should be locked. If the input signal is not locked, check the fiber connections.

Entire display is garbled or uncontrollable.

  • Use the test patterns to check the VIP status LEDs and ensure the board is receiving power.
  • Verify the controller/content player configuration and restart the display service.
  • Ensure the fiber-optic signal cable connects to the VIP. The input signal should be locked. If the input signal is not locked, check the fiber connections.
Keep checking our knowledge base for more information on our Scorer’s Tables. Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us.
This article is written by Rick, Daktronics Trainer.

 

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