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I wanted to ask an answer, then post an answer, but, don't think I can do that so...
 
After you remove your old screen look on the tip of the thin video cable and you will see what looks like a little aluminum/mesh cushion pad. Some manufacturers are shipping replacement screens without this pad and without it you will get a white screen.
 
Carefully use an Exacto to scrape the old one off, try to get as much adhesive as you can when your working and note the orientation and which side the adhesive is on. Place the cushion on your new screen and hook it up.
 
I got a dozen screens in from a manufacturer and was scratching my noggin thinking why is the old screen working and all the new ones white when I discovered this little nugget. :)
 
== Update ==
 
@phil, here is a photo to clarify.
 
[image|144144]
 
==== Update ==
==== Update ==
 
II had the same issue last night, thomas. I did run into one bad screen, but, finally, I hooked up the original and got the video back then disconnected and added another screen. It was white, but, after doing the Home/Power combo a couple of times it came on. Something to consider. And check on the board to make sure you haven't bent or torn off one of those tiny pins on the video connector -- I worked one once and accidentally broke one off, ugh, had to use a 20x loupe to notice it.
II had the same issue last night, thomas. I did run into one bad screen, but, finally, I hooked up the original and got the video back then disconnected and added another screen. It was white, but, after doing the Home/Power combo a couple of times it came on. Something to consider. And check on the board to make sure you haven't bent or torn off one of those tiny pins on the video connector -- I worked one once and accidentally broke one off, ugh, had to use a 20x loupe to notice it.
 
I try to keep a couple of those cracked, but working screens around to double check that it isn't an issue with the replacement.
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IT COULD BE THE PART
 
Just a note, I've been ordering replacement screens from a wholesaler and have had lots of issues. I've got 4 sitting on the shelf that I tested and all have a white screen.
 
I can use an old screen and no problem, switch to the new screen from the wholesaler and get stuck on the white screen...even after several resets, powering down etc.
 
I plan on calling them tomorrow, dunno if it makes a difference, but in this photo you'll see on on the left is the connector for the new screen which leaves me with a white screen and the right a connector from an old screen which works fine. You could be having the same issue.
 
[image|145010]

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I wanted to ask an answer, then post an answer, but, don't think I can do that so...
 
After you remove your old screen look on the tip of the thin video cable and you will see what looks like a little aluminum/mesh cushion pad. Some manufacturers are shipping replacement screens without this pad and without it you will get a white screen.
 
Carefully use an Exacto to scrape the old one off, try to get as much adhesive as you can when your working and note the orientation and which side the adhesive is on. Place the cushion on your new screen and hook it up.
 
I got a dozen screens in from a manufacturer and was scratching my noggin thinking why is the old screen working and all the new ones white when I discovered this little nugget. :)
 
== Update ==
 
@phil, here is a photo to clarify.
 
[image|144144]
 
== Update ==
 
@phil, here isI had the same issue last night, thomas. I did run into one bad screen, but, finally, I hooked up the original and got the video back then disconnected and added another screen. It was white, but, after doing the Home/Power combo a photocouple of times it came on. Something to clarifyconsider. And check on the board to make sure you haven't bent or torn off one of those tiny pins on the video connector -- I worked one once and accidentally broke one off, ugh, had to use a 20x loupe to notice it.
@phil, here isI had the same issue last night, thomas. I did run into one bad screen, but, finally, I hooked up the original and got the video back then disconnected and added another screen. It was white, but, after doing the Home/Power combo a photocouple of times it came on. Something to clarifyconsider. And check on the board to make sure you haven't bent or torn off one of those tiny pins on the video connector -- I worked one once and accidentally broke one off, ugh, had to use a 20x loupe to notice it.
 
[image|144144]I try to keep a couple of those cracked, but working screens around to double check that it isn't an issue with the replacement.
[image|144144]I try to keep a couple of those cracked, but working screens around to double check that it isn't an issue with the replacement.

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I wanted to ask an answer, then post an answer, but, don't think I can do that so...
 
After you remove your old screen look on the tip of the thin video cable and you will see what looks like a little aluminum/mesh cushion pad. Some manufacturers are shipping replacement screens without this pad and without it you will get a white screen.
 
Carefully use an Exacto to scrape the old one off, try to get as much adhesive as you can when your working and note the orientation and which side the adhesive is on. Place the cushion on your new screen and hook it up.
 
I got a dozen screens in from a manufacturer and was scratching my noggin thinking why is the old screen working and all the new ones white when I discovered this little nugget. :)
 
== Update ==
 
@phil, here is a photo to clarify.
 
[image|144144]

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I wanted to ask an answer, then post an answer, but, don't think I can do that so...

After you remove your old screen look on the tip of the thin video cable and you will see what looks like a little aluminum/mesh cushion pad. Some manufacturers are shipping replacement screens without this pad and without it you will get a white screen.

Carefully use an Exacto to scrape the old one off, try to get as much adhesive as you can when your working and note the orientation and which side the adhesive is on. Place the cushion on your new screen and hook it up.

I got a dozen screens in from a manufacturer and was scratching my noggin thinking why is the old screen working and all the new ones white when I discovered this little nugget. :)

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