Fourth generation iPhone. Repair is straightforward, but the front glass and LCD must be replaced as a unit. GSM / 8, 16, or 32 GB capacity / Model A1332 / Black and White.

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LCD Replacement no display

Hi,

I followed your steps for front screen assembly after I cracked my screen. Before replacing my display was still working. After replacement, my phone still works - lights up and makes relevant noises when messages come in but no display.

I have tried hard resetting and disconnecting battery.

I can see when the phone is on two small pixels, if i was to describe it, it would be the reverse of a dead pixel, they light up but the remainder fo the screen does not.

Thanks

Mart

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It sounds like it might not be plugged into the motherboard correctly, or the new screen was bad or there was some damage done installing it, I would start by checking the connections, good luck

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I just went through and tested everything was connected properly - and it all seems OK. So it could be one of the last two things you mentioned. Thanks for your response.

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Your welcome Mart and if you bought your screen on ebay or amazon that could be your problem, I have bought a lot of bad screens there and will no longer purchase any parts from either of them.

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Where do you recommend getting one from Mitch? It was of Amazon :)

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Either on here or here is a link, https://www.gounlock.com/details.php?ite... , Amazon is the worst for screens, the only good thing is its easy to return them, good luck and keep me posted.

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Did you remove the front totally again? Because if you managed to scratch the display-cables when installing the LCD then it won't work.

Most likely it's a LCD that's not working.

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