The connector is a ribbon with 33, 0.8mm contacts.
I don't have any wire small enough to solder directly to it without melting the ribbon (mostly a lack of skill and accuracy with an iron, methinks) and there are no readily available FFC/FPC connectors for 33-pin at 0.8mm (give or take a few pins). Pins #1 and #33 are dummies and #32 connects to the same ground as #31. So essentially 30-pin is doable with some scissors.
Because 34 is an even number (and I found a datasheet on an obsolete 34-pin 0.8mm FFC/FPC connector), I created a PCB sketch for it to convert to standard 0.1" pins.
Can anyone think of a way to connect the LCD to this board? Or if you have a better way for me to put it in my breadboard, that'd be fine too.
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28mm wide, 1.9mm deep