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Aseel_Wazwaz

Oct 10, 2018, 10:18 pm Last Edit: Oct 10, 2018, 10:25 pm by Aseel_Wazwaz
Hello everyone,

I'm using Arduino Uno with TFT LCD. the graphical test works great. But, when I upload the "Diagnose Touch pins" from MCUFRIEND library or the "Touchscreen calibration" from the same library, I get the following error.

please note that I have changed the screen and both of them displayed the same error.

Does anyone have any idea??


looking forward to your response

david_prentice

Is English your native language ?

BROKEN means that the Touchscreen is not present, the glass is cracked or the 4-way ribbon from the Touch panel is not connected.

My "diagnosis" is not perfect.   You can measure the resistance with a DMM if you do not believe my diagnosis.

David.

Aseel_Wazwaz

I know the meaning of  Broken sir  :smiley-sweat:

But, I was asking because there are no cracks and I've already tried it on more than one new TFT screen and it gave me the same result.

Anyway, thank you for your response :)

david_prentice

Post a photo of the front of your screen.    

Touch Panels have a "gold" line around the perimeter of the glass and a 4-way ribbon that is often at the bottom left hand corner of the screen.  
There is normally a part number for the Touch Panel at the bottom right.
There are sometimes icons for house, book, letter, camera, ... at the bottom of the Touch Panel.

I have a shield with only Y-Touch.    The X-Touch is broken.    I have several 3.5 inch screens with cracked glass.   They register as "BROKEN" too.

David.

Aseel_Wazwaz

Please find the requested pictures,


david_prentice

You have a Blue Mcufriend shield with a Touch Panel.

I asked for a photo of the screen side.   You have provided the pcb side.   And an end view of the Touch ribbon.

I would expect the diiagnosis  to detect the XP, XM, YP, YM pins.   Normally on A1, A2, 7, 6.  Sometimes 8, 9.

You can measure the resistance with a DMM if you don't want me to see the glass screen.

David..

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