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Just a note to remind people to use 3.3V as you describe and not 5V like I did. It will work, but gets very hot and will probably burn out eventually. I was used to using the screens with breakout boards that included a voltage regulator on them and just connected there by habit. The bare screen doesn't have a voltage regulator and so should only be powered by 3.3V.
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Connect LCD to Raspberry Pi Without Breakout Board
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