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Why wont this iPod touch 4th gen power up?

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Okay so i normally fix ipod 2nd and 3rd gens and thought i would give a 4th gen ago.
 
Iam replacing a digitizer +screen which are both connected, during removal i broke the wifi antenna cable.
 
I then continued to follow the instruction following every step making sure that i wouldn't brake anymore ribbon cables.
 
I believe that i have NOT broken any other cables but the ipod will not power on ?
 
Could anyone help me with this would the broken wifi antenna result in the unit not powering on ?
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated
 
== Update ==
 
Thanks guys , turns out that when i but the logic board back down the lcd was coming loose without me realising , pretty silly to be honest but thanks for the responses :)

Apparaat:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

76069

Bewerkt door: Jack ,

Titel:

Why wont this iPod touch 4th gen power up?

Tekst:

Okay so i normally fix ipod 2nd and 3rd gens and thought i would give a 4th gen ago.
 
Iam replacing a digitizer +screen which are both connected, during removal i broke the wifi antenna cable.
 
I then continued to follow the instruction following every step making sure that i wouldn't brake anymore ribbon cables.
 
I believe that i have NOT broken any other cables but the ipod will not power on ?
 
Could anyone help me with this would the broken wifi antenna result in the unit not powering on ?
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated
== Update ==
 
Thanks guys , turns out that when i but the logic board back down the lcd was coming loose without me realising , pretty silly to be honest but thanks for the responses :)

Apparaat:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Jack ,

Titel:

Why wont this iPod touch 4th gen power up?

Tekst:

Okay so i normally fix ipod 2nd and 3rd gens and thought i would give a 4th gen ago.

Iam replacing a digitizer +screen which are both connected, during removal i broke the wifi antenna cable.

I then continued to follow the instruction following every step making sure that i wouldn't brake anymore ribbon cables.

I believe that i have NOT broken any other cables but the ipod will not power on ?

Could anyone help me with this would the broken wifi antenna result in the unit not powering on ?

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Apparaat:

iPod Touch 4th Generation

Status:

open