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Yesterday, the screen was working, today the top screen started playing up. The left side is a textured black, while the right side flickers the menu screen randomly. The middle either has a yellow or pink line going through it. My friend beleives it has something to do with the ribbon cable. What do I do to fix this?

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Your friend is right, you have damaged the ribbon to the top screen, you can buy them from the internet with the screen, and you can buy the tools also to unscrew the case, if you dont think you can do that, their are also places you can sent it to get it fixed, look on the internet.

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