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Replaced LDC but won't turn on

I cracked my LCD screen and ordered a new part, replaced it and connected everything the way it originally was but for some reason it won't turn on. I was testing the camera without the LCD before it arrived and put the camera on the charger and all is working okay, I just can't figure out why it won't turn on. Any ideas?

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Re: Replaced LDC but won't turn on

Polarity in the connector perhaps or screen intalled up sidedown perhaps. Or even blown the board powering it with the screen.

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