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Well, the good news is the ripped cable is a shield to protect the signals within the other segments from distorting other signals. You will need to find a way to patch the electrical path between the teartorn halves.
Well, the good news is the ripped cable is a shield to protect the signals within the other segments from distorting other signals. You will need to find a way to patch the electrical path between the teartorn halves.
 
As far as the screen not displaying the full image. That could be deeper damage in the other segments and/or it could be a damaged display assembly depending on how you lifted the display out.
 
The cables are part of the SIP module which is a costly part, and the display is also costly. I can’t tell you if you need the SIP or the display or both! Sorry ;-{

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Well, the good news is the ripped cable is a shield to protect the signals within the other segments from distorting other signals. You will need to find a way to patch the electrical path between the tear halves.

As far as the screen not displaying the full image. That could be deeper damage in the other segments and/or it could be a damaged display assembly depending on how you lifted the display out.

The cables are part of the SIP module which is a costly part, and the display is also costly. I can’t tell you if you need the SIP or the display or both! Sorry ;-{

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