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Here is a close up of the iPad mini backlight fuse---ideally you would replace it for a robust long lasting solution which is very straightforward to do with the right equipment and experience. If you insist on jumping it, you would need to lay a bead of solder across the top of this component with the red arrow.
 
Keep in mind--this picture is an image that I took to send to a customer that came to me from this very thread that knocked off the two essential components circled in red while digging around trying to make the jumper. The capacitor just to the right of the backlight fuse is only found on the iPad mini and the iPad 4 and is difficult to source if you damage it and have to replace it. The capacitor on the left is essential and required. The two small components that are missing in this picture are also essential and must be replaced, not jumped, if they are damaged. These "DIY rescue" repairs can quickly get very expensive so BE CAREFUL!!
 
jessa
 
I've decided to post some DIY fails here. This is such a straightforward, inexpensive fix to send out for...it always makes me sad when I get these trainwreck minis sent to me. Repair is noble when you use the right tools.
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DIY Fail---This is exactly why NOT to jump the fuse. This guy burned up his diode with this way too big wire.
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This is a great way to short out your iPad, except it was already done. If your jumper has continuity with ground (like this one) you're done.

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[image|312018|align=left]

Here is a close up of the iPad mini backlight fuse---ideally you would replace it for a robust long lasting solution which is very straightforward to do with the right equipment and experience.  If you insist on jumping it, you would need to lay a bead of solder across the top of this component with the red arrow.

Keep in mind--this picture is an image that I took to send to a customer that came to me from this very thread that knocked off the two essential components circled in red while digging around trying to make the jumper.    The capacitor just to the right of the backlight fuse is only found on the iPad mini and the iPad 4 and is difficult to source if you damage it and have to replace it.  The capacitor on the left is essential and required.  The two small components that are missing in this picture are also essential and must be replaced, not jumped, if they are damaged.  These "DIY rescue" repairs can quickly get very expensive so BE CAREFUL!!

jessa

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