2023-11-12 (Su) EWC_Cyberdeck

The highest priority on this project is to get both screens working. They could have burned out, or the coding may be wrong, so I decided to replace both with units where I installed header pins. When I started removing wires, I noticed two were backward on the CS and RESET pins, so I corrected both monitors. The melody screen worked, but the percussion was still dark.
Upgraded with headers

I swapped one of the pinned units into the enclosure and moved the existing wiring to a row of header sockets. I powered everything, and both screens showed up with the same image, which I wanted. The wiring should be correct, and I can work on the programming next.
Screens displaying identical information

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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