Put in new top screen, now bottom touch screen unresponsive
I just replaces the top screen with a new one.When i powered it up both screens looks fine but when i went to touch the touch screen it wouldnt respond,I make sure all the connections were in and tight, i can figure it out, mabey i nicked someone on the mother board. Please help if you can.
Thank you very much, Nathan
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Clean the touch screen on the phone with an electronics cleaning cloth or wipe. Dirt, dust and oils from your fingertips can collect on the screen, making it unresponsive or desensitized to your finger's touch. Clean the screen in a circular motion.
Eliminate any bubbles under the screen protector. You can do this by removing the screen protector and then reapplying it, going from the top of the screen to the bottom or vice versa.
Remove the screen protector and do not place the protector back on the touch screen. Screen protectors are made for protecting a touch screen, but sometimes the protectors make the touch screen less responsive to your finger touch or even altogether unresponsive.
Power off the touch screen phone if the touch screen stops working when a new program is opened. This isn't a problem with the touch screen, but a problem with the software trying to load or open on the phone. Some programs can slow response time with the touch screen or may not respond to it at all.
Well, if you've touched the bottom of the screen with anything but the stylus, then that could be why it's unresponsive. I know that "the llama's adventures" has a DS screen repair kit, but it requires a bit of cash, time, and expertise.
the cables need to be inserted Fully And squarely/evenly.
Also ensure The Tabs are locked Down correctly.
If none of this Works, you may have a blown On-Board Fuse.
I believe these Are Known As F1 And F2.
Ok, remove the battery for 5 minute to reset the internal programming. once the 5 minutes are up, re insert the battery and power up. if the screen is still unresponsive, you will need to contact your manufacture for a repair ticket. the internal software that is used for collaborating the touch screen has failed.
You can't buy a ribbon for the bottom screen. (You can buy the ribbon that connects the motherboard to the daughter board which connects the top screen.). A new screen is the answer but be very careful when taking off the touch screen. Gently pry the two screens apart or else you will need a new touch screen. Also make a note of how the touch screen is attached to the LCD screen, as the touch screen is not the same size as the LCD screen. How have you damaged the ribbon? Could it be that it may not be pushed tight and straight into the connector? BTW the top and bottom LCD screens are the same. Some unscrupulous dealers have been charging differing amounts for 'Top' or 'Bottom' screens!