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the problem could be the IC cover that is on the LCD ribbon is exposing some of the micro caps which is touching the LCD shield when you install the screen. Those caps ground on the LCD shield causing the LCD display to either shut down, over heat or make the display look like its fading out.
I experienced this recently with two iPhone 7 plus, both same problem with over heating and LCD display fading out randomly after changing the screen with an aftermarket screen. I checked the new aftermarket screen and those caps were exposed and touching the LCD ribbon shield. I taped it off with a small piece of Kapton tape and i have not experienced the problem since.
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the problem could be the IC cover that is on the LCD ribbon is exposing some of the micro caps which is touching the LCD shield when you install the screen. Those caps ground on the LCD shield causing the LCD display to either shut down, over heat or make the display look like its fading out.
-I experienced this recently with two iPhone 7 plus, both same problem with over heating and LCD display fading out randomly after changing the screen with an aftermarket screen. I checked the new aftermarket screen and those caps were exposed and touching the LCD ribbon shield. I taped it off with a small piece of Kaptains tape and i have not experienced the problem since.
+I experienced this recently with two iPhone 7 plus, both same problem with over heating and LCD display fading out randomly after changing the screen with an aftermarket screen. I checked the new aftermarket screen and those caps were exposed and touching the LCD ribbon shield. I taped it off with a small piece of Kapton tape and i have not experienced the problem since.
-I don't know how to add a photo here to show an example, if anyone knows how i can add a photo please let me know and ill add one.
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the problem could be the IC cover that is on the LCD ribbon is exposing some of the micro caps which is touching the LCD shield when you install the screen. Those caps ground on the LCD shield causing the LCD display to either shut down, over heat or make the display look like its fading out.

I experienced this recently with two iPhone 7 plus, both same problem with over heating and LCD display fading out randomly after changing the screen with an aftermarket screen. I checked the new aftermarket screen and those caps were exposed and touching the LCD ribbon shield. I taped it off with a small piece of Kaptains tape and i have not experienced the problem since.

I don't know how to add a photo here to show an example, if anyone knows how i can add a photo please let me know and ill add one.

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