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August Williams sure looks like your LCD connector has some bend pins (blue arrows) Take a close look at the connectors on the logic board and see what they look like. Right now, I am very tempted to say that those are your issue. If the connectors on the logic board are okay, consider a new display assembly. Be mindful of the digitizer connector since it also has a tendency of bending the pins since it does not have any end caps.
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+This is the digitizer connector after a few failed proper alignments during replacement. One reason to be mindful during the repair
+As you can see the connector lacks metal ends and this is what makes it a weak connector. It is easily possible to damage the connector by mis-aligning the digitizer connector
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-August Williams sure looks like your LCD connector has some bend pins (blue arrows) Take a clost look at the connectors on the logic board and see what they look like. Right now I am very tempted to say that those are your issue. If the connectors on the logic board are okay, consider a new display assembly. Be mindful of the digitizer connector since it also has a tendency of bending the pins since it does not have any end caps.
+August Williams sure looks like your LCD connector has some bend pins (blue arrows) Take a close look at the connectors on the logic board and see what they look like. Right now, I am very tempted to say that those are your issue. If the connectors on the logic board are okay, consider a new display assembly. Be mindful of the digitizer connector since it also has a tendency of bending the pins since it does not have any end caps.
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August Williams sure looks like your LCD connector has some bend pins (blue arrows) Take a clost look at the connectors on the logic board and see what they look like. Right now I am very tempted to say that those are your issue. If the connectors on the logic board are okay, consider a new display assembly. Be mindful of the digitizer connector since it also has a tendency of bending the pins since it does not have any end caps.

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