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Since no answer has not been accepted yet, let me share my experience:
Since no answer has not been accepted yet, let me share my experience:
 
A/ First thing I try is disconnect then re-seat the Display Cable on both ends (using [guide|13728|this guide]): on the logic board and on the LCD. Then secure the connectors with Kapton/Polyamide tape.
 
B/ I test the contraption by:
 
1/ Gently re-seating the LCD back in place then flipping it again out of the back-case. In other words, I am causing the display cable to twist slightly and gently, and putting light stress on both connectors, to see if the change in hue occurs again. Please be gentle ;)
 
2/ Tapping slightly on the back of the iPad, especially around where the display connectors are located.
 
C/ If steps 1 AND 2 cause absolutely no change or flickering, I re-seal the iPad.
 
D/ If steps 1 OR 2 cause any kind of change in hue (ever so light) after or any kind of flickering, I change the display cable.
 
E/ I test again (repeat B)
 
F/ If steps 1 AND 2 cause absolutely no change or flickering, I re-seal the iPad.
 
G/ If steps 1 OR 2 cause any kind of change in hue (ever so light) after or any kind of flickering, I change the LCD.
 
From experience, 95% of cases are resolved without having to change the LCD.

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Aporte original por: Rany ,

Texto:

Since no answer has not been accepted yet, let me share my experience:

A/ First thing I try is disconnect then re-seat the Display Cable on both ends (using [guide|13728|this guide]): on the logic board and on the LCD. Then secure the connectors with Kapton/Polyamide tape.

B/ I test the contraption by:

1/ Gently re-seating the LCD back in place then flipping it again out of the back-case. In other words, I am causing the display cable to twist slightly and gently, and putting light stress on both connectors, to see if the change in hue occurs again. Please be gentle ;)

2/ Tapping slightly on the back of the iPad, especially around where the display connectors are located.

C/ If steps 1 AND 2 cause absolutely no change or flickering, I re-seal the iPad.

D/ If steps 1 OR 2 cause any kind of change in hue (ever so light) after or any kind of flickering, I change the display cable.

E/ I test again (repeat B)

F/ If steps 1 AND 2 cause absolutely no change or flickering, I re-seal the iPad.

G/ If steps 1 OR 2 cause any kind of change in hue (ever so light) after or any kind of flickering, I change the LCD.

From experience, 95% of cases are resolved without having to change the LCD.

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