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22 minutes ago, Cutlass52 said:

Thank you for the welcome. Trying to figure out how to use this site. 

 

New members have to make a few post before you can use personal messages , but I think you can still use the @name method  , with the person you want to alert like this @AKATV  , give him time and it will alert him anything else you trying to figure out 

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Hi Cutlass52

Welcome to the forum!

let me know the make and model of your machine and what you have exactly going on with your speedometer

If you could post a few pictures it is quite helpful for me to determine what you have going on

I’m sure I can get you taken care of

I have sent my contact information to your message box as well

AKATV

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7 hours ago, Cutlass52 said:

Thank you for the welcome. Trying to figure out how to use this site. 

 

 

glad to help, havie questions navigating the forums let us  know. 

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Welcome!

Post a few pictures or let me know what you have going on

I can repair your meter for you 

I have sent contact info to your message box as well 

AKATV 

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Hi there. I have just joined this forum thanks to discovering that one of you good folk; namely AKATV, who I hope can help me fix our 2006 TRX 350 TM6 Speedo LCD display. I am based in Australia and wonder if AKATV could contact me regarding fixing this? Many thanks and look forward to hearing from him. 

 

Best regards

 

Hugh

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Hi Hugh

Welcome to the forum

I can probably get you fixed up no problem as long as there is no water damages

Post a picture or two of what you have going on and we can take it form there

I will send my contact info to your inbox as well

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Many thanks for the super quick reply. Very much appreciated. I have just emailed you with photos and an explanation of my issues. I look forward to being able to repair these units. 

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Hello New to the forum looking to get a hold of @AKATV. I recently purchased a 03 Rancher 350 4x4  ES and i was hoping you could work your magic on my screen? 

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Hi ENGRAVE, Welcome to the forum!

I can get you taken care of, thanks for posting a picture it really helps a lot

You will need to pull the internal circuit card out and send just that to me.

Its a lot cheaper to mail that way and I do not need the harness or top cover

I will sent contact information to your message box as well

(AKATV)

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I have a 2002 Rancher 4x4 ES screen im needing repaired also AKATV. Im a new member so I’m learning how to navigate on this forum still. If you can inbox me, that would be great, I haven’t figured out how to send you a message yet. Thanks!

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Hi and welcome to the forum!

Let me know what issues you are having and maybe send a few pictures with the display illuminated so I can see better see what you have going on 

I will send my contact information to your message box as well

 

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AKATV any chance this is salvageable? It appears to have gotten water in it. The back lighting nor neutral/reverse seem to work. 

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Hi

Welcome to the forum!

If you open it up so we can get a better look at the circuit card. it will provide a lot more information to what you have going on.

Depending on how long it has had water sitting in  it is probably not cost effective to repair

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I’ll take it apart tomorrow to get a better view and snap some pictures. What are my options if it isn’t salvageable? It appears this screen has been discontinued. Is there a way to retrieve the factory mileage from the speedo if it isn’t salvageable?

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Post your year make and model for the speedometer 

If it is not salvageable, you will have to have it replaced with a used circuit board you’re also going to have to purchase a new top cover as well

If the data is still present I can pull data and  transfer it to a used replacement board 

I sent my contact information to your message box as well

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I have a 2003 Honda rancher 4x4es and the speed meter does not work at all. Is it rebuildable. Partzilla shows to have the 37200-HN5-A12 but it doesn’t show it will work on the 03 to 06. The Honda dealer said that part # will work 

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I’m going to need a little bit more information than tha to help you out

maybe post a few pictures of what you have going on-

is your screen to dark?

does it light up at all?

has it been water damaged?

is the top cover cracked?

I will send my contact information to your message box as well

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I am also looking to have my display repaired. Neutral reverse lights work and back light for display but can’t read screen. It was recommended I come here and find AKATV so I created an account and here I am. 

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Hi Fire54

Welcome to the forum!

If you post a few pictures we can better see what you have going on

I can get you taken care of either way

I will send contact information to your message box as well

 

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AKATV,

I was searching google and found this thread and joined to reach out to you in order to get my display fixed. 

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