I should mention to anyone finding this in the future that replacing the OLED screen is very easy. I have one of the older versions of the case, it was clear acrylic that had been laser cut into pieces I assembled. I unplugged the unit, unscrewed the face plate and took it off, then I just pulled the old screen off the board and plugged the new screen in. I didn’t have to remove the unit from the wall in the shed, I just put the face plate back on and plugged it back in. The current firmware was already on it and I could see that it times out the screen in 20 seconds.