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I've just got finish replacing my screen

I replaced the screen on my iPhone 5c and all I see is a black screen and white lines going down the left side of my screen.I can still turn my phone on and off but when I turn it off I don't see the "slide to power off" or the Apple logo when I turn it on. I just see white lines. Also, I looked at my digitizer and my LCD cable and they look completely fine. I also hear the snap when im connecting them to the logic board. So, I have no idea what can be wrong with it

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Can anyone help me or tell me what they think the problem could be.

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kobe, something like that

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can be caused by a bad digitizer connector

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like this. Check the ends of the connector. The plastic of the connector has been compressed into the connector, causing it to flare out and preventing from making proper contact.

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It could be a faulty display order a new display and fit it and see it it works.

When you switch the phone on can you still call the phone and it rings?

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Possibly the LCD flex ribbon connector is the problem, check if it's dirty or damaged. Or you'll have to buy a new replacement.

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These guys are right---bad displays are really common. You'll have to rule that out first before looking for board damage which can also cause this.

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kobe will be eternally grateful.
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