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Current version by: oldturkey03 ,

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@gretal few things that may have happened. Something did not get connected, something came loose or something got broken ;-). Anyhow You will have to disassemble it once more. Check all the connections, remove the cables from the connectors and make sure that there are no bend or broken pins specifically on the LCD cable.
 
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Download the second picture and use your graphics program to view it. It’ll be to small to see it in the viewer on here
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Download the second picture and use your graphics program to view it. It’ll be to small to see it in the viewer on here

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Edit by: oldturkey03 ,

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@gretal few things that may have happened. Something did not get connected, something came loose or something got broken ;-). Anyhow You will have to disassemble it once more. Check all the connections, remove the cables from the connectors and make sure that there are no bend or broken pins specifically on the LCD cable.
 
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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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@gretal few things that may have happened. Something did not get connected, something came loose or something got broken ;-). Anyhow You will have to disassemble it once more. Check all the connections, remove the cables from the connectors and make sure that there are no bend or broken pins specifically on the LCD cable.

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