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I had a similar issue like this. I replaced the screen on an i7+ with two different aftermarket screens from my brother. He buys cheap screens and it was my only choice because the person wanted their phone fixed that day. I installed the 1st screen and about 24hrs later, the touch stopped working on it. I assumed it was the screen and installed a 2nd screen from my brother. 12hrs later the touch stopped working again.
 
At this point, I ended up getting a 3rd higher quality screen from my usual supplier and the touch stopped working after about a week. A hard reset fixed the issue, but the issue came back again. I posted this as a question, and the only answer I received, was to make sure the black tape that's on the back of the metal plate gets transferred over and stuck to the ribbon cable of the new screen. It was not installed, because that black tape usually does not fit a roundaround the touch IC chip that's on the ribbon cable of any model after the 6Si6/i6+. Basically any model with 3D touch.
At this point, I ended up getting a 3rd higher quality screen from my usual supplier and the touch stopped working after about a week. A hard reset fixed the issue, but the issue came back again. I posted this as a question, and the only answer I received, was to make sure the black tape that's on the back of the metal plate gets transferred over and stuck to the ribbon cable of the new screen. It was not installed, because that black tape usually does not fit a roundaround the touch IC chip that's on the ribbon cable of any model after the 6Si6/i6+. Basically any model with 3D touch.
 
I am to the understanding that that black tape has no functionality other than to simply hold the ribbon cable in place, seeing it has no similarities to grounding tape. I haven't gotten around to giving this a try, but you might want to try that and see if it helps.

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I had a similar issue like this.  I replaced the screen on an i7+ with two different aftermarket screens from my brother.  He buys cheap screens and it was my only choice because the person wanted their phone fixed that day.  I installed the 1st screen and about 24hrs later, the touch stopped working on it.  I assumed it was the screen and installed a 2nd screen from my brother.  12hrs later the touch stopped working again.

At this point, I ended up getting a 3rd higher quality screen from my usual supplier and the touch stopped working after about a week.  A hard reset fixed the issue, but the issue came back again.  I posted this as a question, and the only answer I received, was to make sure the black tape that's on the back of the metal plate gets transferred over and stuck to the ribbon cable of the new screen.  It was not installed, because that black tape usually does not fit a round the chip that's on the ribbon cable of any model after the 6S.  Basically any model with 3D touch.

I am to the understanding that that black tape has no functionality other than to simply hold the ribbon cable in place, seeing it has no similarities to grounding tape.  I haven't gotten around to giving this a try, but you might want to try that and see if it helps.

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