iPad mini LCD display not working properly after digitizer replacement
The other day I cracked the screen to my iPad mini 1st gen. I tried to replace the digitizer myself and when I finally finished installing it and booted up my iPad, the lcd had lines all over and it looked horrible. The display does not update immediately together, there is a section on the top of the screen that updates right away, and the section on the right updates slowly and lags behind, sometimes freezing and then popping into place.
I'm not sure if the lcd is straight up broken because there are no dead pixels and they all update eventually. I'm fairly certain that the problem here is that the lcd connection isn't seated properly because last night I opened the iPad again and unplugged and plugged in the digitizer and lcd connectors. After doing this the display worked just fine again and the picture was as clear as it could be. I tested it out for a few minutes to see if it would continue to work properly. After a few minutes of working, the screen went back to what it was doing before.
Here is a video on youtube of what it is doing.
Here are some pictures as well on imgur.
How can I make sure that the connections stay seated properly? I've seen this kind of fix for the iPad 2 using electrical tape to put more pressure on the connector, but nothing with this kind of iPad. I'd hate to have this totally reassembled and have the lcd stop working, especially since I want to take this on vacation with me next month and I'd love to be able to face time my dad, who will be taking care of my daughter while I'm away.
Any and all help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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