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I agree with the answers relating to the backlight. This happens all of the time, from either too much heat (when tearing the iPad down), or damaging some of the connectors on the motherboard that the electric current for the backlight flows through. Happens commonly with DIY attempts which means, if you're DIYing an iPad repair, be MORE CAREFUL than careful. Be neurotic about it. Source: I see this all day at https://www.imobilerescue.com
I agree with the answers relating to the backlight. This happens all of the time, from either too much heat (when tearing the iPad down), or damaging some of the connectors on the motherboard that the electric current for the backlight flows through. Happens commonly with DIY attempts which means, if you're DIYing an iPad repair, be MORE CAREFUL than careful. Be neurotic about it. Source: I see this all day at https://www.imobilerescue.com

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Origineel bericht door: Ryan Ballow ,

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I agree with the answers relating to the backlight. This happens all of the time, from either too much heat (when tearing the iPad down), or damaging some of the connectors on the motherboard that the electric current for the backlight flows through. Happens commonly with DIY attempts which means, if you're DIYing an iPad repair, be MORE CAREFUL than careful. Be neurotic about it. Source: I see this all day at https://www.imobilerescue.com

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