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Fourth generation iPhone. Repair is straightforward, but the front glass and LCD must be replaced as a unit. GSM / 8, 16, or 32 GB capacity / Model A1332 / Black and White.

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Replaced display, now won't turn on

So, My fiance broke her screen.. I got a replacement and put it back together, but pulled too hard on the cable, slightly ripped the touch cable.. all worked except touch..

So I ordered a new display. Meanwhile I took it apart again just to make sure, checked all cables, tried holding that rip together, nothing...

Problem is, somewhere in here I did something wrong I think... Because it stopped turning on. I thought I'd wait until the new display came, but doing the same thing.

I've tried plugging into computer (nothing), charging for a bit, hard reset. Just won't turn on. Anything I could be missing, or maybe damaged the logic board?

Going to triple check all connectors but think they're good.. Thought maybe putting the logic board in the oven for a short bit to reflow it. but just waiting for now in case somebody has a better solution...

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I would check the Battery/ battery connector. Also Check the Dock as it may be that the connection may be lose and will not charge, therefore your iPhone won't turn on

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tried additional battery. Connector looks good.. not sure what I'm looking for to be broken though. Seems to charge based on charge light coming on when plugging in (on charger)

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