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当前版本: Marty Rippens ,

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SOLUTION!!
 
Hi everyone!
 
I am a professinalprofessional phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the white vertical lines or the white squares issues.
I am a professinalprofessional phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the white vertical lines or the white squares issues.
 
I have done some research and experimentingexperimenting, and now I deal with the problem effectively.
I have done some research and experimentingexperimenting, and now I deal with the problem effectively.
 
This solution is only for lines or squares on the LCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairs,repairers; many amateur repairers do damgedamage to the LCD while attempting the repair.
This solution is only for lines or squares on the LCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairs,repairers; many amateur repairers do damgedamage to the LCD while attempting the repair.
 
Here come some considerations valid for most of the cases:
 
1 - The problem doesn't come from a deffectivedefective screen.
1 - The problem doesn't come from a deffectivedefective screen.
 
2 - This problem is typically experienced with several screens on the same phone.
 
3 - The problem arises from static electricity.
 
4 - The problem doesn't occur often with original screens.
 
5 - ProblemThe problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries.
5 - ProblemThe problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries.
 
So when I encounter the problem in a particular phonephone, I follow this sequence:
So when I encounter the problem in a particular phonephone, I follow this sequence:
 
- Unplug the screen
 
- Unplug the battery
 
- Wait 30 seconds
 
- Brush screen contacts
 
- Replug the screen and make sure connectors sit properly
 
- Replug battery
 
- Test again
 
I follow this sequence 2 - 3 times at least.
 
If problem remains unsolved:
If problem remains unsolved:
 
- Try a new screen[https://www.ifixit.com/Store/iPhone/iPhone-5c-Display-Assembly-with-Home-Button-and-Front-Camera/IF126-000-1|new screen] (keep previous screen,screen; it will be good for the next repair)
- Try a new screen[https://www.ifixit.com/Store/iPhone/iPhone-5c-Display-Assembly-with-Home-Button-and-Front-Camera/IF126-000-1|new screen] (keep previous screen,screen; it will be good for the next repair)
 
- Follow previous process again
 
If problem still remains unresolved and the battery is low or deteriorated (soft or inflated), charge or replace[https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5c+Battery+Replacement/21745|replace the batterybattery] and test again.
If problem still remains unresolved and the battery is low or deteriorated (soft or inflated), charge or replace[https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5c+Battery+Replacement/21745|replace the batterybattery] and test again.
 
- If problem still persistentpersists, leave the LCD on the phone and explain to the costumer. Problemcostumer that the problem will typically disappear after 1-3 days or after recharge, ifrecharge. If not, reimburse (hasn't happen to me so far).
- If problem still persistentpersists, leave the LCD on the phone and explain to the costumer. Problemcostumer that the problem will typically disappear after 1-3 days or after recharge, ifrecharge. If not, reimburse (hasn't happen to me so far).
 
Hope this helps someone else.
 
regardsRegards,
regardsRegards,
 
miquel

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编辑: oldturkey03 ,

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SOLUTION!!
 
Hi everyone!
 
I am a professinal phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the white vertical lines or the white squares issues.
 
I have done some research and experimenting and now I deal with the problem effectively.
 
This solution is only for lines or squares on LCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairs, many amateur repairers do damge the LCD while attempting the repair.
 
Here come some considerations valid for most of the cases:
 
1 - The problem doesn't come from a deffective screen.
 
2 - This problem is typically experienced with several screens on the same phone.
 
3 - The problem arises from static electricity.
 
4 - The problem doesn't occur often with original screens.
 
5 - Problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries.
 
So when I encounter the problem in a particular phone I follow this sequence:
 
- Unplug the screen
 
- Unplug the battery
 
- Wait 30 seconds
 
- Brush screen contacts
 
- Replug the screen and make sure connectors sit properly
 
- Replug battery
 
- Test again
 
I follow this sequence 2 - 3 times at least.
 
If problem unsolved:
 
- Try a new screen (keep previous screen, will be good for the next repair)
 
- Follow previous process again
 
If problem still unresolved and battery low or deteriorated (soft or inflated), charge or replace the battery and test again.
 
- If problem still persistent, leave the LCD on the phone and explain the costumer. Problem will typically disappear after 1-3 days or after recharge, if not, reimburse (hasn't happen to me so far).
 
Hope this helps someone else.
 
regards,
 
miquel
 
www.aldingatech.com

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编辑: Miki ,

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SOLUTION!!
 
Hi everyone!
 
I am a professinal phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the withewhite vertical lines or the white squares issues.
I am a professinal phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the withewhite vertical lines or the white squares issues.
 
I have done some research and experimenting and now I deal with the problem effectively.
 
This solution is only for lines or squares on LCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairs, many amateur repairers do damge the LCD while attempting the repair.
 
Here come some considerations valid for most of the cases:
 
1 - The problem doesn't come from a deffective screen.
 
2 - This problem is typically experienced with several screens on the same phone.
 
3 - The problem arises from static electricity.
 
4 - The problem doesn't occur often with original screens.
 
5 - Problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries.
 
So when I encounter the problem in a particular phone I follow this sequence:
 
- Unplug the screen
 
- Unplug the battery
 
- Wait 30 seconds
 
- Brush screen contacts
 
- Replug the screen and make sure connectors sit properly
 
- Replug battery
 
- Test again
 
I follow this sequence 2 - 3 times at least.
 
If problem unsolved:
 
- Try a new screen (keep previous screen, will be good for the next repair)
 
- Follow previous process again
 
If problem still unresolved and battery low or deteriorated (soft or inflated), charge or replace the battery and test again.
 
- If problem still persistent, leave the LCD on the phone and explain the costumer. Problem will typically disappear after 1-3 days or after recharge, if not, reimburse (hasn't happen to me so far).
 
Hope this helps someone else.
 
regards,
 
miquel
 
www.aldingatech.com

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编辑: Miki ,

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SOLUTION!!
 
Hi everyone!
 
I am a professinal phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the withe vertical lines or the white squares issues.
 
I have done some research and experimenting and now I deal with the problem effectively.
 
This solution is only for lines or squares on LCD but with responsive touchLCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairs, many amateur repairers do damge the LCD while attempting the repair.
This solution is only for lines or squares on LCD but with responsive touchLCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairs, many amateur repairers do damge the LCD while attempting the repair.
 
Here come some considerations valid for most of the cases:
 
1 - The problem doesn't come from a deffective screen.
 
2 - This problem is typically experienced with several screens on the same phone.
 
3 - The problem arises from static electricity.
 
4 - The problem doesn't occur often with original screens.
 
5 - Problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries.
 
So when I encounter the problem in a particular phone I follow this sequence:
 
- Unplug the screen
 
- Unplug the battery
 
- Wait 30 seconds
 
- Brush screen contacts
 
- Replug the screen and make sure connectors sit properly
 
- Replug battery
 
- Test again
 
I follow this sequence 2 - 3 times at least.
 
If problem unsolved:
 
- Try a new screen (keep previous screen, will be good for the next repair)
 
- Follow previous process again
 
If problem still unresolved and battery low or deteriorated (soft or inflated), charge or replace the battery and test again.
 
- If problem still persistent, leave the LCD on the phone and explain the costumer. Problem will typically disappear after 1-3 days or after recharge, if not, reimburse (hasn't happen to me so far).
 
Hope this helps someone else.
 
regards,
 
miquel
 
www.aldingatech.com

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原帖由: Miki ,

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SOLUTION!!

Hi everyone!

I am a professinal phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the withe vertical lines or the white squares issues.

I have done some research and experimenting and now I deal with the problem effectively.

This solution is only for lines or squares on LCD but with responsive touch. It's a solution intended for professional repairs, many amateur repairers do damge the LCD while attempting the repair.

Here come some considerations valid for most of the cases:

1 - The problem doesn't come from a deffective screen.

2 - This problem is typically experienced with several screens on the same phone.

3 - The problem arises from static electricity.

4 - The problem doesn't occur often with original screens.

5 - Problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries.

So when I encounter the problem in a particular phone I follow this sequence:

- Unplug the screen

- Unplug the battery

- Wait 30 seconds

- Brush screen contacts

- Replug the screen and make sure connectors sit properly

- Replug battery

- Test again

I follow this sequence 2 - 3 times at least.

If problem unsolved:

- Try a new screen (keep previous screen, will be good for the next repair)

- Follow previous process again

If problem still unresolved and battery low or deteriorated (soft or inflated), charge or replace the battery and test again.

- If problem still persistent, leave the LCD on the phone and explain the costumer. Problem will typically disappear after 1-3 days or after recharge, if not, reimburse (hasn't happen to me so far).

Hope this helps someone else.

regards,

miquel

www.aldingatech.com

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