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-The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex / proximity sensor. Try disconnecting it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.
+The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera / proximity sensor flex. Try disconnecting it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.
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Edit by: Peter N ,

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-The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex. Try disconnecting it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.
+The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex / proximity sensor. Try disconnecting it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.
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-https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5s+Front+Facing+Camera+and+Sensor+Cable++Replacement/22106
+[guide|22106]

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Edit by: Peter N ,

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The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex. Try disconnecting it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.
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+https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5s+Front+Facing+Camera+and+Sensor+Cable++Replacement/22106

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Edit by: Peter N ,

Text:

-The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex. Try removing it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.
+The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex. Try disconnecting it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.

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Original post by: Peter N ,

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The red screen usually means there is a fault with the front camera flex. Try removing it, then boot the phone. If it boots as normal you will need to replace this part.

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