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-No, U2 is for USB communication and power management and wouldn't do this. Most likely it's U6, which is 74LVC1G32GF in a SOT891 package.
+No, U2 is for USB communication and power management and wouldn't do this. Most likely it's U6, which is 74LVC1G32GF in a SOT891 package. That assumes you didn't open it after it dropped and before this problem occurred and accidentally swapped screws on the LCD connector cover place - long screw damage causes this behaviour and is very difficult to repair.

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No, U2 is for USB communication and power management and wouldn't do this.  Most likely it's U6, which is 74LVC1G32GF in a SOT891 package.

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