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Original post by: Marcus ,

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A stupid question maybe, but did you remove the protective film on the back of the new display?

The most common cause of this issue is that the replacement glass is of poorer quality and a bit softer than the original, so it flexes when pressurized. This causes the back of the LED-display to get squeezed between the glass and the metal plate housing.

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