iPhone 3GS Repair

Revamped version of the iPhone 3G with faster processing speeds. Repair of this device is similar to the 3G, and requires simple screwdrivers and prying tools. Model A1303 / 16 or 32 GB capacity / black or white plastic back.

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Touch screen does not respond after replacing the whole glass panel.

I broke my iphone 3gs glass panel, i decided to replace the whole panel including the mid frame, i just kept the original display. After finishing my job on it, i turned on and the touch screen does not respond when i touch it with my fingers. I tryed to disconect the 1st, 2th, and 3th conectors, and put them back on their right place. I just can't find the solution. I tryed too many times.

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Connector 2 is the touchscreen so just make sure thats not damaged in any way on both the motherboard and screen parts, try checking the pins under a microscope and give them a clean with also make sure you havn't damaged the small black ribbon loop that which is hidden behind all the cables next to the sim card when re-assembling the screen. Another trick is to salvage the sticky pad labelled number 2 off the old screen and stick it onto the new connector as this stops the plug popping off when the phone is re-assembled.

Failing that as long as the connector plug 2 on the motherboard isn't damged you may have to purchase another touchscreen and give it another go, you may of just been unlucky and bought a faulty new part...best of luck.

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