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Brooken lcd connection

I have broken a plastic ribon cable which connects the lcd screen to the internal board , i broke it while repairing the still image button, i cant find a replacment

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1)Turn off the power to your screen and unplug all cables connected to it.
2)Remove the battery, if one is installed.
3)Locate the covered screws around the cracked screen. Remove the rubber/plastic covers, then unscrew the screws.
4)Gently remove the plastic frame around the cracked screen and set it aside.
5)Disconnect any power cords or cables going into the LCD screen.
6)Remove the cracked screen and slide the new screen into place. Replace any tape or plastic fasteners that hold it in place.
7)Reconnect all internal cords to the screen.
8)Screw in the frame and replace all the screw covers.
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Assuming you checked your cable to monitor connection first.
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A lot of screens also have a ribbon connecting the top and a side board in the lcd screen itself that may have a loose contact. usually this ribbon is at tthe top left or right on the rear of the lcd.
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No.. most likely the ribbon cable that connects the lcd screen to the rest of the ds has been damaged or knocked loose. Or the circuit board somewhere has been cracked or damaged, affecting the circuitry that sends a signal to the lcd screen.

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