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In my case, after a screen replacement, i pushed the Digitizer connector with a tiny bit force more, than the connector accidentally damaged.
 
http://p.coldline.hu/2018/09/09/2913893-20180909-c26FkS.jpg
 
[image|1537866]
 
 
 
Was easy to fix, with a metal tweezer, hope it helps ;)

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In my case, after a screen replacement, i pushed the Digitizer connector with a tiny bit force more, than the connector: http://p.coldline.hu/2018/09/09/2913893-20180909-c26FkS.jpgconnector accidentally damaged.

http://p.coldline.hu/2018/09/09/2913893-20180909-c26FkS.jpg
In my case, after a screen replacement, i pushed the Digitizer connector with a tiny bit force more, than the connector: http://p.coldline.hu/2018/09/09/2913893-20180909-c26FkS.jpgconnector accidentally damaged.

http://p.coldline.hu/2018/09/09/2913893-20180909-c26FkS.jpg
 
[image|1537866]
 
 
 
Was easy to fix, with a metal tweezer, hope it helps ;)

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open

Original post by: Bence ,

Text:

In my case, after a screen replacement, i pushed the Digitizer connector with a tiny bit force more, than the connector: http://p.coldline.hu/2018/09/09/2913893-20180909-c26FkS.jpg

[image|1537866]

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open