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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hit or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors when you plug them back in. They may be dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showingshooting tips help!
It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hit or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors when you plug them back in. They may be dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showingshooting tips help!

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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hothit or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors when you plug them back in. They may be dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!
It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hothit or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors when you plug them back in. They may be dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!

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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors when you plug them back in. It possible that they areThey may be dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!
It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors when you plug them back in. It possible that they areThey may be dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!

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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors whowhen you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!
It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you may want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors whowhen you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!

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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. Also, they They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs whenLCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you do buy them. Also, take some compressedmay want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors who you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!
It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from. Also, they They are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs whenLCDs- with one as a backup. Finally, you do buy them. Also, take some compressedmay want to use compressed air to clean the “lego” like connectors who you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!

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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from.Alsofrom. Also, they are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs when you do buy them. Also, take some compressed air to the “lego” like connectors who you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!
It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from.Alsofrom. Also, they are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs when you do buy them. Also, take some compressed air to the “lego” like connectors who you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!

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It is very possible you purchased an after market LCD. I have done this several times, and they were hot or miss. I suggest looking at the reviews of those retailers you are buying your item from.Also, they are so cheap, I recommend buying two LCDs when you do buy them. Also, take some compressed air to the “lego” like connectors who you plug them back in. It possible that they are dirty, or not properly connected. It should be a satisfying “snap” when they go together properly. Finally, make sure you aren’t pinching the ribbon as you are putting the item back together. I hope these trouble showing tips help!

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