Best way to maintain pressure to fix a broken ribbon cable?
Previously, I broken a LCD connector: Are LCD FPC connectors that fragile?
The result is that my screen was no longer displaying correctly.
However, I managed to make it work again. It seems to be a contact problem.
To recover the use of the screen, I did not have to put pressure on the broken part of the connector where the pins are visible (it was ineffective), but rather on the black part of the ribbon cable just before the connector. It also works if I put pressure on the golden part below the black part.
I tweaked it using a tweezer, but now I would like to know how to maintain the pressure permanently in order to reassemble my smartphone?
I do not have very sophisticated equipment. I tried with duct tape but it did not hold it with enough pressure. I thought of glue, would it do the trick? Below the golden part is the battery, so electronic components should not be damaged.
I have already made a huge mistake once, I prefer to ask your opinion on the best way to solve my problem rather than make a mistake twice.
Is this a good question?