Power problem due to a tiny crack on motherboard
I recently changed LCD screens on my OPPO phone and the motherboard cracked at the side because it's a very thin strip of plastic and it's easy to crack when you remove it out.
Now, because of the crack, the power doesn't travel well from the battery to the north side of the motherboard and the phone is switched off.
However if I apply pressure on the crack, the phone lights up and works really well. But if I let go it switches off again.
It sounds like a really silly thing, is there any way I can repair this? Cause if I get the power to travel through the tiny crack, the phone works as good as new.
I would hate to throw away a phone that I know can work really well just because of a silly crack.
Is this a good question?