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7.9 inch display / Model A1454 / Available in black or white / Announced October 23rd, 2012 / 16, 32, or 64 GB capacity

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New LCD will not work after replacement

I sent this to a friend (cuz I was showing here how her iPad isn’t working even after I’ve replaced the LCD

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Have you made sure that the replacement LCD is not for an iPad Mini 2 being used on a iPad Mini 1 or vice versa? As the displays look very similar but are not compatible with each other.

The mini 2 LCD has smaller metal covers at the bottom of the LCD compared to the Mini 1 so make sure to compare old screen with new one. If they look the same in size it’s compatible.

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I mean I did try 4 different lcds all from minis (wasn’t to sure if they were the EXACT MODEL since they all snapped in perfectly) and got nothing... Would it still make a difference even if every mini model fit on the iPad?

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Have you checked for backlight failure? This generation of iPad is very sensitive to backlight fuse failure. You can test to see if any of the LCD’s are on when you put a flashlight to the surface.

If you see a picture, this means you will need to perform a micro soldering repair. Check out with article for more info:

Th screen stays black after a digitizer replacement..

Best of luck!

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