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NIVONA 830 maker - damaged display, no subtitles

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  • #1
    paps79
    Level 2  
    Hello, please help. I have a NIVONA Caferomatica 830 coffee machine with a damaged display (nothing is visible on it). The cost of repairing on the site is PLN 1000. I am asking for help in order to replace them on aliexpress.
  • #2
    SQ9MEM
    Level 29  
    I suggest you dismantle the original display and take pictures of it, maybe there will be some markings.
  • #3
    nioop

    Home appliances specialist
    The topic is well known to me and unfortunately ... There are no substitutes on the market. I tried to order Chinese displays with the hope that something would work. I've made up all possible options. It is also impossible to repair the backlight. The use of additional backlighting, which could already be a bit of wire cutting, is unfortunately also feasible. In this case, the manufacturer has perfectly protected himself. The display is a very expensive element and unfortunately it does not appear on the market. For me, such exchange costs PLN 900, but it's probably a poor consolation.
  • #4
    jacenty67
    Level 11  
    And for me from today in Nivona 850 the display shines again, only that in yellow ... The cost of repair (parts) is 170 PLN :D

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  • #5
    doktorinio
    Level 1  
    Jacenty, can you send me more details? Possibly you are able to repair the machine?
  • #6
    jacenty67
    Level 11  
    Hello. I had the same problem as most of Nivon's users, my coffee machine started to fade in December 2017, and it has not been seen for a month. I searched the whole internet, the whole panel with the display I could get on ebay.de for about 160E ... expensive! I got used to the display, I counted the same oled diodes (it is 31), the driver type is SSD1303T10. I found a panel with the same oled display in £ód¼ at TME for about PLN 250 (it is no longer on offer - I checked yesterday). In the end I bought a yellow ssd1303 display for 31E + shipment in a German company. I just threw the "slide" and after an hour of struggle with soldering the 31-pin ribbon, the espresso machine shines like a new one, only in yellow. For someone who has no experience using a soldering iron and hot-air replacement, it can be difficult. The tape is very sensitive to temperature and can easily spoil it with desoldering. It is best to buy a new display, remove the panel from the coffee machine, take new and old ones to someone who will exchange. I estimate, because I do not practice for a long time, that they should not delete more than PLN 100-150 for replacing the displays themselves. It gives, and so along with the purchase of parts about 1/3 of the service price.
  • #7
    paps79
    Level 2  
    Thanks a big, hat off your head, because everyone claims that you can not fix it. Can you send a link to the store where you bought the oled display?

    How much will it cost, please contact the contact telephone number.
  • #9
    itadek
    Level 22  
    Hello. Can colleague "jacenty67" betray a model of this display that works and is proven?
  • #10
    Janusz7005
    Level 2  
    The display shows nothing - NIVONA type 691 NICR 830 ANR 300 800 830
  • #14
    Pambo
    Level 10  
    I did not order anything with them, I just gave the link. I have a "supposed" access from my supplier, and I will be ordering in the days, so I'll check how it really is. ;-)
  • #16
    Pambo
    Level 10  
    After contact with the supplier it turned out that the expected delivery date is mid-July :-( However, the customer appreciates the time and chose the repair on the original display.
  • #17
    MMicha³
    Level 2  
    Ok. Thanks.

    It seems that the Nivon maker is a terrible trash. I have already done my cleaning, or rather drying the grinder (in the service I was told I flooded it). After a year, he stopped foaming milk and the handles of the flip-flops from ground coffee and water stopped. The first time I hear that the display is damaged, if the company would care about the opinion, then they should exchange it at their own expense.
  • #18
    itadek
    Level 22  
    Hello, I bought the entire display with a plate from the website link but the problem is that after the purchase and paying by the card the online service is silent, does not reply to e-mails, is this a fictional page? I was a victim of fraud? What do you think about it?
  • #19
    airbites
    Level 22  
    The fake page as I see it, there is no company address, no telephone number.
  • #20
    amigos
    Level 16  
    itadek wrote:
    Apparently this display fits link Can anyone confirm this?
    It fits. You just have to sell the display itself instead of the damaged one, and that requires some skill. Search for BL12864G module. They had SSD1303T10 displays, but displayed in yellow, although I like the color more than the original one :) Unfortunately, these modules are not available anymore.
  • #21
    itadek
    Level 22  
    There is no problem with ebbing, I wonder if they have changed pins?
  • #22
    amigos
    Level 16  
    No. It is the same display, but with a yellow color. It is true that the module has a 20-pin connector in the same way as the original NIVONY module, but does not fit the distribution of pins on this 20-pin. The driver in the module is also different. So you can not just insert the whole module. The entire module, moreover, is bigger and will not fit. You have to de-solder the display from the module and it is the same display with the same designation, so the pins are identical on the 31-pin connector. The only problem with these displays is unfortunately their availability, or rather the lack of availability ;) This is a display that needs to be replaced NIVONA 830 maker - damaged display, no subtitles NIVONA 830 maker - damaged display, no subtitles
  • #26
    Luckyy
    Level 12  
    This is the display specification used by NIVONA, or some replacement? In TME there are those where the dimensions of the window (height x width) are 55.01 x 27.49mm (Active Area) but there is a SSD1309 driver, and in this pdf file is SSD1303T10.
  • #27
    amigos
    Level 16  
    In particular, this SSD1303T10 display is in Nivon. There are other pins on the tape in the 130x displays. Somewhere, I read that the 1306 drivers are compatible with 1303, but look through the output of the displays in the specifications and see what the differences are. I'm poor in the displays so I did not even try to figure out how to adapt them :) If it was a bit smaller, it would not be easy to mount one ;)
  • #28
    maciejd
    Level 11  
    A002 wrote:
    Someone ordered from this address www.soselectronic.pl/products/bolymin/bl-12864g-ernhn-1-52156? How long did you wait for the implementation?
    I ordered, delivery a few days from Slovakia ... and again I'm enjoying the "operation" of the coffee machine after the exchange. This time in yellow :) My friend who has the skill and access to the equipment (especially the microscope) has turned over - I do not recommend to anyone who is not fluent in these blocks.
  • #29
    Luckyy
    Level 12  
    Today I received information from them: SOS electronic sro Pri pracharni 16, 040 11 Kosice, Slovakia 52 156 1 130,0000 130,0000 OLED graphic display 128x64px. yellow 3,3V BL 12864G ERNHn 2 44 832 FEE FOR TRANSPORT 1 20,0000 20,0000 Total 150,00 VAT 30,00 Pre-payment amount (100,00%): 180,00 PLN How to get to the display? Do you have to undress the whole espresso machine?
  • #30
    amigos
    Level 16  
    You have to dismantle the housing and disassemble the front. To get down the front after dismantling the sides and top of the casing you have to unscrew 3 screws that you will see from the front after removing the tray. On the inside there are screws that hold the entire spout with the display on the guides. The display itself must also be removed from its plastic housing and a bit of desoldering pins, and finally the worst, or the tape itself. You will have some fun ;)