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Versión actual por: Ron Davis ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

My iPad2I've been working on an iPad 2 that was dropped. It worked fine, despite the digitizer glass being shattered. iI carefully disassembled the unit and installed a new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested the unitiPad. I discovered that the LCD backlight was not working. I reseated all cables. No change. I inspected the iPadunit for any visible damage and found none. I replaced the LCD with a known working unit—and there's still no backlight on the iPad.

What
What else could be wrong?
My iPad2I've been working on an iPad 2 that was dropped. It worked fine, despite the digitizer glass being shattered. iI carefully disassembled the unit and installed a new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested the unitiPad. I discovered that the LCD backlight was not working. I reseated all cables. No change. I inspected the iPadunit for any visible damage and found none. I replaced the LCD with a known working unit—and there's still no backlight on the iPad.

What
What else could be wrong?
== Update ==
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.
 
== Update ==
Folks, I appreciate your time posting:
 
1) Disconnect the battery.
 
2) Reset iOS.
 
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem. My iPad issue is still not resolved.
 
== Update ==
As I reflect on my disassemblydisassembly procedure, I have considered that I did something differentdifferently the second time around on repairaround. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the logic board. The second time around, I used the mini screwdriver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, thatusing the screwdriver probably created a short across contacts and damaged the logic board, despite my being carefulworking carefully. Of course, I am just guessing, butguessing—but that was a difference between the two repairs I did. The first iPad repair being successful—the second, not so successful.
As I reflect on my disassemblydisassembly procedure, I have considered that I did something differentdifferently the second time around on repairaround. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the logic board. The second time around, I used the mini screwdriver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, thatusing the screwdriver probably created a short across contacts and damaged the logic board, despite my being carefulworking carefully. Of course, I am just guessing, butguessing—but that was a difference between the two repairs I did. The first iPad repair being successful—the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

185335

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

My iPad2 was dropped. It worked fine, despite the digitizer glass being shattered. i carefully disassembled and installed a new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested the unit. I discovered that the LCD backlight was not working. I reseated all cables. No change. I inspected the iPad for any visible damage and found none. I replaced the LCD with a known working unit—and there's still no backlight on the iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?
 
== Update ==
 
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.
 
== Update ==
 
Folks, I appreciate your time posting:
 
1) Disconnect the battery.
 
2) Reset iOS.
 
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem. My iPad issue is still not resolved.
 
== Update ==
 
As I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered that I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the logic board. The second time around, I used the mini screwdriver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the logic board, despite my being careful. Of course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did. The first iPad repair being successful—the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

185335

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2My iPad2 was dropped. WorkedIt worked fine, despite the digitizer glass being shattered. Carefullyi carefully disassembled and installed a new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested the unit. DiscoveredI discovered that the LCD backlight was not working. ReseatedI reseated all cables. No change. InspectedI inspected the iPad for any visible damage,damage and found none. ReplacedI replaced the LCD with a known working unit andunit—and there's still no backlight on the iPad.
Ipad2My iPad2 was dropped. WorkedIt worked fine, despite the digitizer glass being shattered. Carefullyi carefully disassembled and installed a new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested the unit. DiscoveredI discovered that the LCD backlight was not working. ReseatedI reseated all cables. No change. InspectedI inspected the iPad for any visible damage,damage and found none. ReplacedI replaced the LCD with a known working unit andunit—and there's still no backlight on the iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?
 
== Update ==
 
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.
 
== Update ==
 
folksFolks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.posting:
folksFolks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.posting:
 
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved1) Disconnect the problembattery.
2) Reset iOS
.
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved1) Disconnect the problembattery.
2) Reset iOS
.
 
myThese things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem. My iPad issue is still not resolved.
myThese things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem. My iPad issue is still not resolved.
 
== Update ==
 
asAs I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered that I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the systemlogic board. SecondThe second time around, I used the mini-screw drivermini screwdriver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the systemlogic board, despite my being careful. CourseOf course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did...thedid. The first ipadiPad repair being successful, thesuccessful—the second, not so successful.
asAs I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered that I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the systemlogic board. SecondThe second time around, I used the mini-screw drivermini screwdriver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the systemlogic board, despite my being careful. CourseOf course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did...thedid. The first ipadiPad repair being successful, thesuccessful—the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

185335

Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, despite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.

What else could be wrong?

== Update ==

I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.

== Update ==

folks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.

These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem.

my iPad issue is still not resolved.

== Update ==

as I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the system board. Second time around, I used the mini-screw driver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the system board, despite being careful. Course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did...the first ipad repair being successful, the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

185335

Editado por: iRobot ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, despite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.

What else could be wrong?

== Update ==

I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.

== Update ==

folks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.

These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem.

my iPad issue is still not resolved.

== Update ==

as I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the system board. Second time around, I used the mini-screw driver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the system board, despite being careful. Course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did...the first ipad repair being successful, the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415
iPad 2 Wi-Fi EMC 2415

Estatus:

open

Editado por: iRobot ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, despite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?
 
== Update ==
 
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.
 
== Update ==
 
folks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.
 
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem.
 
my iPad issue is still not resolved.
 
== Update ==
 
as I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the system board. Second time around, I used the mini-screw driver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the system board, despite being careful. Course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did...the first ipad repair being successful, the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Chad Gordy ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, despite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?
 
== Update ==
 
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.
 
== Update ==
 
folks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.
 
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem.
 
my iPad issue is still not resolved.
== Update ==
 
as I reflect on my disassembly, I have considered I did something different the second time around on repair. The first time, I used a plastic scribe to release the LCD cable from the system board. Second time around, I used the mini-screw driver from the kit to pop up the retainer. Reflecting on my actions, and knowing better, that probably created a short across contacts and damaged the system board, despite being careful. Course, I am just guessing, but that was a difference between the two repairs I did...the first ipad repair being successful, the second, not so successful.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Chad Gordy ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, despite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?
 
== Update ==
 
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.
 
== Update ==
 
folks, I appreciate your time posting 1) disconnect the battery 2) reset iOS.
 
These things have been discussed here at length and have not resolved the problem.
 
my iPad issue is still not resolved.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Chad Gordy ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, despite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?
 
== Update ==
 
I have a third broken iPad coming to my department for repair. This time, I am going to let the battery drain 100% before anything is disassembled.

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Chad Gordy ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, depsitedespite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.
Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, depsitedespite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.
 
What else could be wrong?

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Chad Gordy ,

Título:

No backlight and LCD replacement didn't fix it.

Texto:

Ipad2 was dropped. Worked fine, depsite digitizer glass being shattered. Carefully disassembled and installed new Digitizer. Before sealing the digitizer in place, I tested unit. Discovered LCD backlight was not working. Reseated all cables. No change. Inspected for any visible damage, found none. Replaced LCD with known working unit and still no backlight on iPad.

What else could be wrong?

Dispositivo:

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

Estatus:

open