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ive fixed quite a few devices during my time, and have run into this problem a couple times.
 
The most effective way to maintain the pressure, is to take a smaller flex ribbon head than the one you are fixing, and file it donwdown on the end to a round. (so it doesnt damage the connector further.) after which, you apply it on top of the one for the screenscreen, shimming it into the connector. the new head needs to be just the right size. if you do not have access to this, then you can cut down one of a larger size. just be sure to properly file it.
The most effective way to maintain the pressure, is to take a smaller flex ribbon head than the one you are fixing, and file it donwdown on the end to a round. (so it doesnt damage the connector further.) after which, you apply it on top of the one for the screenscreen, shimming it into the connector. the new head needs to be just the right size. if you do not have access to this, then you can cut down one of a larger size. just be sure to properly file it.
 
You can also use this as an excuse to tinker with your SMT skills, and try replacing the connector. (this is the easier SMT product to replace over the ICs.

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ive fixed quite a few devices during my time, and have run into this problem a couple times.

The most effective way to maintain the pressure, is to take a smaller flex ribbon head than the one you are fixing, and file it donw on the end to a round. (so it doesnt damage the connector further.) after which, you apply it on top of the one for the screen. the new head needs to be just the right size. if you do not have access to this, then you can cut down one of a larger size. just be sure to properly file it.

You can also use this as an excuse to tinker with your SMT skills, and try replacing the connector. (this is the easier SMT product to replace over the ICs.

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open