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Black screen after replacing flex cable. [SOLVED]

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[THE PROBLEM]'''[THE PROBLEM]'''
[THE PROBLEM]'''[THE PROBLEM]'''
 
I ran into an issue in the shop where after replacing the Flex cable every screen I tried was black. The iPod wouldn't even beep when plugged in.
 
Since I googled the tar for a solution, and couldn,' find one, I'll post what I found for anyone else with the same problem who hasn't been able to find a solution.
 
The solution is moved below, to the answer so that it can be cleared per request.

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iPod Touch 4th Generation

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (vote details) ,

Título:

Black screen after replacing flex cable. [SOLVED]

Texto:

[THE PROBLEM]

I ran into an issue in the shop where after replacing the Flex cable every screen I tried was black. The iPod wouldn't even beep when plugged in.

Since I googled the tar for a solution, and couldn,' find one, I'll post what I found for anyone else with the same problem who hasn't been able to find a solution.

The solution is moved below, to the answer so that it can be cleared per request.

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Estado:

open

Respuesta aceptada:

83332

Editado por: Country Computer Service ,

Título:

Black screen after replacing flex cable. [SOLVED]

Texto:

[THE PROBLEM]
 
I ran into an issue in the shop where after replacing the Flex cable every screen I tried was black. The iPod wouldn't even beep when plugged in.
 
Since I googled the tar for a solution, and couldn,' find one, I'll post what I found for anyone else with the same problem who hasn't been able to find a solution.
 
The solution is moved below, to the answer so that it can be cleared per request.

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Estado:

open

Editado por: Country Computer Service ,

Título:

Black screen after replacing flex cable. [SOLVED]

Texto:

I ran into an issue in the shop where after replacing the Flex cable every screen I tried was black. The iPod wouldn't even beep when plugged in.
 
Since I googled the tar for a solution, and couldn,' find one, I'll post what I found for anyone else with the same problem who hasn't been able to find a solution.
 
I covered the circuits around the flex cable and de-solder it then cleaned up the pads and soldered on the new flex.

Not adhering
The solution is moved below, to my own soldering instructions, of course I got in a rush and did this without de-soldering the + terminal on the battery first.

In my case, I went back and disconnected the + terminal on the battery and soldered
answer so that it back on. The black screen went away and the iPod kicks up just fine.

I hope this helps fellow techs that may have found this
can be cleared per request.
I covered the circuits around the flex cable and de-solder it then cleaned up the pads and soldered on the new flex.

Not adhering
The solution is moved below, to my own soldering instructions, of course I got in a rush and did this without de-soldering the + terminal on the battery first.

In my case, I went back and disconnected the + terminal on the battery and soldered
answer so that it back on. The black screen went away and the iPod kicks up just fine.

I hope this helps fellow techs that may have found this
can be cleared per request.

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Estado:

open

Editado por: Country Computer Service ,

Título:

Black screen after replacing flex cable. [SOLVED]

Texto:

I ran into an issue in the shop where after replacing the Flex cable every screen I tried was black. The iPod wouldn't even beep when plugged in.
 
Since I googled the tar for a solution, and couldn,' find one, I'll post what I found for anyone else with the same problem who hasn't been able to find a solution.
 
I covered the circuits around the flex cable and de-solder it then cleaned up the pads and soldersoldered on the new flex.
I covered the circuits around the flex cable and de-solder it then cleaned up the pads and soldersoldered on the new flex.
 
Not adhering to my own soldering instructions, of course I got in a rush and did this without de-soldering the + terminal on the battery first.
 
In my case, I went back and disconnected the + terminal on the battery and soldersoldered it backback on. The black screen went away and the iPod kicks up just fine.
In my case, I went back and disconnected the + terminal on the battery and soldersoldered it backback on. The black screen went away and the iPod kicks up just fine.
 
I hope this helps fellow techs that may have found this.

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Estado:

open

Original post by: Country Computer Service ,

Título:

Black screen after replacing flex cable. [SOLVED]

Texto:

I ran into an issue in the shop where after replacing the Flex cable every screen I tried was black. The iPod wouldn't even beep when plugged in.

Since I googled the tar for a solution, and couldn,' find one, I'll post what I found for anyone else with the same problem who hasn't been able to find a solution.

I covered the circuits around the flex cable and de-solder it then cleaned up the pads and solder on the new flex.

Not adhering to my own soldering instructions, of course I got in a rush and did this without de-soldering the + terminal on the battery first.

In my case, I went back and disconnected the + terminal on the battery and solder it back. The black screen went away and the iPod kicks up just fine.

I hope this helps fellow techs that may have found this.

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Estado:

open