Lcd wont turn on after replacement
before to start I want to specify that i've been changing iPhone lcds, batteries and whatever broken part for 3 years, and I never seen anything like that.
A customer gave me an unopened iPhone 6 with a cracked but working lcd, so, as always, I bought a replacement and went to fix it.
I want to specify that I use gloves and plastic tools to remove any part of any device, mostly for hygiene and security reasons. Oh, i've also done all software thing (restore, hard reset, win/mac, etc.).
I tried to use 4, yes, 4 different lcds (including an original one from another working iphone 6) and it just does not turn on, but itunes detect it.
I also tried to use another battery, but nothing changes.
On the motherboard, the lcd and front camera connectors does not seems damaged.
Do you have any ideas, i'm literally going crazy! Do you think that Apple will repair it (no Apple Care) if i'll perfectly remount all pieces?
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I have an Iphone 6s its been repaired once by capital city tech in Tallahassee, FL and I dropped it two days later and the screen cracked very lightly mostly towards the corners you can barely see the line on the screen. 2 months later (Thursday) the screen starts to glitch and flicker so I had a friend of mine try to replace the screen. As soon as he opened the phone he says that there is glue on the part that the ribbon connects to the phone and missing screws so he didn't want to replace the screen once he tried to put the phone back on the screen would not turn back on but it does make a sound whenever I plug it into the charger. Any suggestions??