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-I would suspect there is something up where the LCD connects to the logic board, or the LCD cable itself. They can be damaged easily. Inspect the cables and connectors for any damage. If you can, give the connectors and cables a little wiggle with the ipad apart and see if the screen responds to it.[br]
+I would suspect there is something up where the LCD connects to the logic board, or the LCD cable itself. They can disconnect or become damaged easily while replacing a display. Inspect the cables and connectors for any damage. If you can, give the connectors and cables a little wiggle with the ipad apart and see if the screen responds to it.[br]
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To me it doesn’t certainly seem like a bad display or logic board yet! The connector could have just come loose from the board

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編集者: drnict61 ,

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I would suspect there is something up where the LCD connects to the logic board, or the LCD cable itself. They can be damaged easily. Inspect the cables and connectors for any damage. If you can, give the connectors and cables a little wiggle with the ipad apart and see if the screen responds to it.[br]
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-To me it doesn’t certainly seem like a bad display or logic board yet!
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+To me it doesn’t certainly seem like a bad display or logic board yet! The connector could have just come loose from the board

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オリジナル投稿者: drnict61 ,

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I would suspect there is something  up where the LCD connects to the logic board, or the LCD cable itself. They can be damaged easily. Inspect the cables and connectors for any damage. If you can, give the connectors and cables a little wiggle with the ipad apart and see if the screen responds to it.[br]

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To me it doesn’t certainly seem like a bad display or logic board yet!

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