How to repair screen connectors

Hello.

It's been some months after my Tab S began to give me some problems(screen flickering, battery charging slowly and lasting less...), but 2 days ago the screen started to get a yellowish tint, as if it does not get any blue signal.

Since guarantee has expired, and I don't want to pay someone to repair it(For the price they ask me I have better changing tab), I'd like to try fixing it by myself.

I think the connector bringing the blue signal is detached/broken, but I don't know where it can be!

I even noticed that if I put some pressure in the mid-upper part of the screen(see the image attached), the colors turn back to normality... What can be the problem and how can I try to fix it?

Thanks,

Matteo.

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I have exactly the same problem started after a major drop resulted in a small crack on the screen near the samsung logo area. The screen gets yellow and only by pressing the area near the Samsung logo it gets back to normal. Recently it happens more frequent and the pressing gets useless.

Does anybody has a solution for this?

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Did you fixed it ? Thinking about opening it and press everywhere lol

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I have exactly the same problem started after a major drop resulted in a small crack on the screen near the samsung logo area. The screen gets yellow and only by pressing the area near the Samsung logo it gets back to normal. Recently it happens more frequent and the pressing gets useless.

Does anybody has a solution for this?

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