The Legacy Hardware Thread

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The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby Imza » 13 Apr 2012 00:47

when i got my legacy lemur, i was extremely disappointed to find out how dead the forum was. i exchanged quite a few emails with a rep from JazzMutant, got some great info, but eventually i got that infamous "absence de bureau" response when i had an important question. i want this thread to be a collection of how-to's and advice on the Lemur Legacy hardware. i can host any files if needed, just PM me and i'll give you my email address. any files linked to by other users will be put in this top post. LONG LIVE LEMUR

Original Equipment Manufacturer: Stantum
http://www.stantum.com

Lemur_QuickStart Lemur Legacy quick start guide
Lemur_v2.0_Manual Lemur Legacy full guide
Dexter_v1.0_Manual Lemur Legacy Dexter guide
Dexter_v1.0_Network Lemur Legacy Dexter networking guide
Mu_v1.0_Manual Lemur Legacy Mu guide
reco_touchscreen how to reinsert the touch cables into the circuit board. this will fix dead zones in the lemur.
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby protocol » 16 Apr 2012 01:42

@ izma

Thanks for the post, didnt have the reco_touchscreen one, good for when the issue comes us.
Also good to see another Legacy user on here. By the way, we're not all dead :)
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby Imza » 19 Apr 2012 15:30

I contacted Stantum, the OEM of the Legacy, about a problem I was having with my ethernet port. There is play in it which causes connection issues unless the cable is strapped to my unit. I was very happy to receive a response from them, giving me the part number of the ethernet port, so I could repair it myself.

HALO HFJ11-2450E-L12 (http://www.futureelectronics.com/fr/tec ... L12RL.aspx)
And I think the following can be used also :
BELL SI-40138 (http://parts.digikey.com/1/parts/305284 ... 40138.html)


He also told me that if needed, I could send the Lemur in for repair to their Florida facility, http://www.groundcontrol-usa.com/
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby osha » 10 May 2012 01:12

Hey, hello I'm a new Jazzmutant Lemur owner!
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby InkedProphet » 27 Jul 2012 03:16

I can't thank you enough for this information Imza. Up until now, it seemed as if no company wanted to assume any type of responsibility on the support end of the legacy line of the Lemur.
Once again, I can't thank you enough...especially since I'm starting to experience random screen glitches and malfunctions.
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby scrubber » 12 Nov 2012 12:45

this is a good idea for def! esp peeps like me just joining the crew and only getting their Lemur Legacy 7-8 years late ;)
anyone know of any info on the 'bubbling issue' as my Lemur v1 is starting to do this in bottom corner? I have mailed the Stantum company but after reading this maybe they will/wont suggest something?
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby Imza » 12 Nov 2012 20:35

That, to me, sounds like the adhesive between a couple of the layers on the screen has come unstuck. I would recommend taking off the aluminum cover and using something flat, straight, and dull, like a CD case, to try and get the bubble out. The case is really easy to get off, just has 6 torx screws (3 on either side, I believe they're t6). The tricky part is getting the buttons back in right when you replace the cover. If they don't fit on right, you may have bent the orange LEDs a little bit. Don't worry, they're pretty strong, just bend them back straight up and try again.
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Re: The Legacy Hardware Thread

Postby scrubber » 13 Nov 2012 09:04

nice one man!
winner! will try this fix tonight cos it's getting bigger i reckon the more i spread outwards from the corner with the finger gestures ;)

hopefully i wont need to do the missing pixel fix for quite some time!
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