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Well, the home button and the screen may just be a non-quality partspart so I would advise you to return the screen and buy the screen from iFixit instead. iFixit only sources parts from trusted vendors who produce higher quality parts and iFixit also rigorously tests their parts too so there is less of a chance of part failure.

Well, the home button and the screen may just be a non-quality partspart so I would advise you to return the screen and buy the screen from iFixit instead. iFixit only sources parts from trusted vendors who produce higher quality parts and iFixit also rigorously tests their parts too so there is less of a chance of part failure.

 
If the Logic Board did spark, you probably fried the Logic Board. I would give a new Logic Board a try and see if the boot loop goes away.[br]
 
 
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[product|IF371-002-3|iPhone 8 Screen from iFixit]

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Original post by: Aaron Cooke ,

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Well, the home button and the screen may just be non-quality parts so I would advise you to return the screen and buy the screen from iFixit instead. iFixit only sources parts from trusted vendors who produce higher quality parts and iFixit also rigorously tests their parts too so there is less of a chance of part failure.

If the Logic Board did spark, you probably fried the Logic Board. I would give a new Logic Board a try and see if the boot loop goes away.[br]

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[product|IF371-002-3|iPhone 8 Screen from iFixit]

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