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-Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a RESTORE directly through iTunes and make sure to update to the latest iOS (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the top left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.
+Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a RESTORE directly through iTunes and make sure to update to the latest iOS (don't forget to back up and make sure you are aware of the iCLOUD ACCOUNT AND PASSWORD attached the phone before doing this). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. I guess the LED could be shorting out if it was touching the logic board.
-If the screen replacement was done recently I would bring it back and ask them to simply disassemble and reassembly it because it could just be a simple ground issue. More than likely it wasn't the fault of the technician but I don't know.
+If the screen replacement was done recently I would bring it back and ask them to test another camera in the phone just to rule out of the possibility of a faulty camera.

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-Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a hard reset (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the top left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.
+Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a RESTORE directly through iTunes and make sure to update to the latest iOS (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the top left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.
-If the screen replacement was done recently I would bring it back and ask them to simply disassemble and reassembly it because it could just be a simple ground issue.
+If the screen replacement was done recently I would bring it back and ask them to simply disassemble and reassembly it because it could just be a simple ground issue. More than likely it wasn't the fault of the technician but I don't know.

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Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a hard reset (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the top left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.
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+If the screen replacement was done recently I would bring it back and ask them to simply disassemble and reassembly it because it could just be a simple ground issue.

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-Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a hard reset (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.
+Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a hard reset (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the top left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.

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Gary was right on, unplug the battery for a minute then try a hard reset (don't forget to back up). I've seen this issue a lot. Most of the time it's from liquid damage or logic board damage and not from a faulty camera, but your camera could also be defective. Once upon a time I did notice something really weird and probably isn't a good idea to consider it a solution but the metal plate that covers the ribbons on the left of the logic board could have some affect (This plate covers the Camera Ribbon, LCD ribbon, Digitizer Ribbon, ect..) On this one particular iPhone if I loosened one of these 4 or 5 screws just a little bit the flash light would turn off and when I tightened it back up the flash light would turn on.

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