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Versión actual por: laserbeanz ,

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I am a new tech and am always very careful with the flex cables while installing. I test out the screen before every installation, and then after fully installed, they flicker! I've been getting the same problem, even after we started buying from only our "good" suppliers, with 50% or more of our screens. It has made me very self conscious, thinking I'm damaging them somehow. Glad to know this is likely not the case!
== Update ==
 
Someone== Update ==

Someone
sent me a PM that said you must manually power down the device before unplugging the battery. I have not had any problems with them since! Before, when I would test a new screen, I'd just unplug the battery to complete the installation. Now, I make sure the power flex is plugged into the logic board so I can manually power the screen down before completing the repair. Even our crappy supplier's screens aren't flickering with this method now. Hope this helps!

== Update 2 ==

As long as the device is powered down OR you have dimmed/locked/turned off the screen, the backlight issue does not present itself. I have not had a problem with them since I learned this a few months ago.

Even so, the flickering goes away after a bit.
Someone== Update ==

Someone
sent me a PM that said you must manually power down the device before unplugging the battery. I have not had any problems with them since! Before, when I would test a new screen, I'd just unplug the battery to complete the installation. Now, I make sure the power flex is plugged into the logic board so I can manually power the screen down before completing the repair. Even our crappy supplier's screens aren't flickering with this method now. Hope this helps!

== Update 2 ==

As long as the device is powered down OR you have dimmed/locked/turned off the screen, the backlight issue does not present itself. I have not had a problem with them since I learned this a few months ago.

Even so, the flickering goes away after a bit.

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Editado por: laserbeanz ,

Texto:

I am a new tech and am always very careful with the flex cables while installing. I test out the screen before every installation, and then after fully installed, they flicker! I've been getting the same problem, even after we started buying from only our "good" suppliers, with 50% or more of our screens. It has made me very self conscious, thinking I'm damaging them somehow. Glad to know this is likely not the case!
== Update ==
 
Someone sent me a PM that said you must manually power down the device before unplugging the battery. I have not had any problems with them since! Before, when I would test a new screen, I'd just unplug the battery to complete the installation. Now, I make sure the power flex is plugged into the logic board so I can manually power the screen down before completing the repair. Even our crappy supplier's screens aren't flickering with this method now. Hope this helps!

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Aporte original por: laserbeanz ,

Texto:

I am a new tech and am always very careful with the flex cables while installing. I test out the screen before every installation, and then after fully installed, they flicker! I've been getting the same problem, even after we started buying from only our "good" suppliers, with 50% or more of our screens. It has made me very self conscious, thinking I'm damaging them somehow. Glad to know this is likely not the case!

Estatus:

open