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Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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iPhone screen making clicking sound & bottom of screen not 100% flush?

Got this iPhone 6 in with another iPhone and was planning on selling it off as I didn’t need it. I checked that everything worked etc. When I took the case it came in off (Tech21) I noticed that the bottom right corner makes a clicking noise when pressure is applied in the bottom right area, and the bottom part of the screen that screws into the frame near the charging port is slightly raised and when pushing down makes it flush. I have tried opening, applying pressure to the bottom and the re-attaching the screws and that didn’t work. I checked the display and it doesn’t have any stickers or anything and the inside is perfectly clean so it is either original or has been well repaired. I am wondering if anyone had any ideas to keep the frame flush and stop the clicking noise when pressed down. Would using a iPhone 6s adhesive frame gasket work at adhering the bottom of the screen down to the frame? The top half of the screen sits perfectly (FYI). Thanks in advanced!

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Using any adhesive may work but would only make it harder to get back into for future repairs.

Double check that the frame of the phone isn’t bent or damaged or anything like that. Next check the backplate and other plates inside the device. Make sure everything is screwed in tightly and there is no give. After that to put the screen into the frame, line up the top and slide the plastic clips in first, then push the very bottom of the display down into the frame. Then you can slowly push the sides in and hear them each clip as they go.

Now you can push down quite hard if you need to when installing the pentalobe screws at the bottom, and the display should be sitting flush with the frame.

If all of this still fails then yeah just go ahead and stick that hecker down with some super glue.

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