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Lens repaired then new problem - Illuminated LCD screen

The lens was mechanically broken by dropping it. The LCD was fully functional showing images. Then I took the camera apart. Put in a new lens I bought off of E-bay and then I got a fully illuminated white screen when I turned it on. The camera takes and saves pictures but I cannot see the screen. That is the problem. Perhaps it was a loose connection. I reseated all the connection but I had no luck same result.

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The ribbon cable that connects the lcd screen to the circuit board is not inserted deeply enough. Try again, but push it in until it physically cannot go in any further.

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