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Hey. In the picture I can’t see anything obvious,other than that ribbon cable connector that has nothing plugged into it on the bottom left of the motherboard. I don’t know if there was anything there or not.. But did you disconnect the battery prior to disassembling? If not,it’s so easy to short circuit something. You can connect a high voltage line to a low voltage line,and it will damage something not meant for high voltage,and maybe short a capacitor.
 
have you made sure you reconnected every ribbon cable,and that they are all attached very well? Did you unplug the battery and hold the power button to drain some left over power then plug it back in? Is there any sign of heat in the laptop? Did you drop anything at all or shove in a flex cable too hard?
 
 
 
 
 
edit: I can see what Ben means. It looks like it’s not pressed in all the way.

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Hey. In the picture I can’t see anything obviousobvious,other than that ribbon cable connector that has nothing plugged into it on the bottom left of the motherboard. I don’t know if there was anything there or not.. But did you disconnect the battery prior to disassembling? If not,it’s so easy to short circuit something. You can connect a high voltage line to a low voltage line,and it will damage something not meant for high voltage,and maybe short a capacitor.
Hey. In the picture I can’t see anything obviousobvious,other than that ribbon cable connector that has nothing plugged into it on the bottom left of the motherboard. I don’t know if there was anything there or not.. But did you disconnect the battery prior to disassembling? If not,it’s so easy to short circuit something. You can connect a high voltage line to a low voltage line,and it will damage something not meant for high voltage,and maybe short a capacitor.
 
have you made sure you reconnected every ribbon cable,and that they are all attached very well? Did you unplug the battery and hold the power button to drain some left over power then plug it back in? Is there any sign of heat in the laptop? Did you drop anything at all or shove in a flex cable too hard?

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Hey. In the picture I can’t see anything obvious. But did you disconnect the battery prior to disassembling? If not,it’s so easy to short circuit something. You can connect a high voltage line to a low voltage line,and it will damage something not meant for high voltage,and maybe short a capacitor.

have you made sure you reconnected every ribbon cable,and that they are all attached very well? Did you unplug the battery and hold the power button to drain some left over power then plug it back in?  Is there any sign of heat in the laptop? Did you drop anything at all or shove in a flex cable too hard?

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