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Hi @limayankee ,
 
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies if it is down at board level. The best that you can do is to hopefully isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may be two problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
 
As you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as for damaged components).
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Kindle Voyage]] guide(s) which may be of some help
 
If the motherboard appears to be OK I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event thatand check if the tablet now functions OK. If it still doesn’t work OK, then at least you’ve eliminated the screen is notas the ''only'' cause of the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.problem
If the motherboard appears to be OK I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event thatand check if the tablet now functions OK. If it still doesn’t work OK, then at least you’ve eliminated the screen is notas the ''only'' cause of the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.problem

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Hi @limayankee ,
 
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mangedo is to hopefully isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may be two problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mangedo is to hopefully isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may be two problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
 
As you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as for damaged components).
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Kindle Voyage]] guide(s) which may be of some help
 
If the motherboard appears to be OK I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.

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Hi @limayankee ,
 
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mange is to isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may be two problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
 
As you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as for damaged components).
As you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as for damaged components).
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Kindle Voyage]] guide(s) which may be of some help
 
If the motherboard appears to be OK I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.

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Hi @limayankee ,
 
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mange is to isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may have been 2be two problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mange is to isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may have been 2be two problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
 
As you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as damaged components).
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [[Topic:Kindle Voyage]] guide(s) which may be of some help
 
If the motherboard appears to be OK I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.

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Hi @limayankee ,
 
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lieslies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mange is to isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may have been 2 problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lieslies if it is down at board level. The best that you can mange is to isolate it to one major component, i.e. screen or motherboard. You may have to also bear in mind that there may have been 2 problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard.
 
InitiallyAs you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboardmotherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as damaged components).
InitiallyAs you already know that the screen is damaged you’d have to open the tablet and check if there is also any damage to the motherboardmotherboard, (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as damaged components).
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Kindle_Voyage[[Topic:Kindle Voyage]] guide(s) which may be of some help
Here’s a link to the ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Kindle_Voyage[[Topic:Kindle Voyage]] guide(s) which may be of some help
 
If the motherboard appears to be OK (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as damaged components), I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.

You may have to also bear in mind that there may have been 2 problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard. just in case the new screen also doesn’t work.
If the motherboard appears to be OK (use a strong light and a magnifying glass to check for cracks in the board as well as damaged components), I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.

You may have to also bear in mind that there may have been 2 problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard. just in case the new screen also doesn’t work.

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Hi @limayankee ,
 
Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies.
 
At best, they can replaceInitially you’d have to open the most obviously damaged componenttablet and go on from therecheck if there is also any damage to the motherboard.
At best, they can replaceInitially you’d have to open the most obviously damaged componenttablet and go on from therecheck if there is also any damage to the motherboard.
 
I suggest that you purchaseHere’s a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so aslink to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.ifixit https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Kindle_Voyage guide(s) which may be of some help
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Original post by: jayeff ,

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Hi @limayankee ,

Usually DIY repairers do not have the resources (schematics, appropriate test equipment etc) to determine exactly where a fault lies.

At best, they can replace the most obviously damaged component and go on from there.

I suggest that you purchase a replacement screen from a seller that has a good returns policy so as to minimize the cost to you in the event that the screen is not the problem, i.e. you get a refund minus a small returns fee.

It may also be that there are actually 2 problems with the tablet, screen and motherboard so you may have to bear this in mind.

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