Second generation of Wi-Fi iPad, released on March 11, 2011. Model number A1395. Repair is difficult and will require heat.

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No Power, No signs of any life, Replaced Multiple Parts

This iPad 2 originally came in with a cracked glass and a broken headphone jack. Both were replaced successfully and the iPad was fully functional.

Now the iPad has come back with the symptom of not turning on (no power). I replaced the Volume Power Button because there was a slight tear in the cable near the power button (thinking the power button was not functional to turn on the iPad).

I have also replaced the Dock Connector in thought that it was bad and not charging the iPad.

The device shows no signs of life when attempting to turn on with the power button nor the power and home button held down.

I have also looked under light at the LCD to be sure the backlight was just not working but nothing ever showed up on the screen.

Next step is ether a bad LCD, bad Battery, or bad LVDS cable. Does anyone have any ways to determine which is bad?

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Have you plugged into iTunes to see if it's getting recognised

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I have no idea why I didn't even think of that.

I plugged it into my Mac Mini and the Dead Battery logo came up on the screen.

No idea why it wasn't charging with any of the chargers I tried. I know they work because I use them all the time for my iPad and other devices.

I'll accept your answer after I'm sure it was the issue! Thanks!

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