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I changed lcd it runs for couple of minute now it does almost everything itunes detect and shows it's contents but lcd seems to be dead! how come new lcd go off and the old lcd also doesn't work which was working before only the problem with old was cracked

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Hello,

I don't think the lcd is dead, the problem could be that it was not well fix, i will suggest you loose the phone again and try tighten the screws that attaches the screen to its panel, power off the phone, remove the battery and sim card, pull the front case out, use torx6 screw driver to tighten the screws to the screen very well, couple back and see if the screen will display.

Need more information, drop comment.

Take care.

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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