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Always make sure you disconnect the battery before doing any work on a phone, so you don’t short anything out.
 
# You have a bad part. The backlight can malfunction from time to time on replacement parts. You’ll need to send it back and get another screen.
# InIn the past I’ve heard that static electricity can cause this. I have seen where if you disconnect the screen and let it sit for about 15 minutes, any static built up will discharge and the flicker will go away. I have also seen where charging the phone for an extended amount of time will fix the issue too.
# InIn the past I’ve heard that static electricity can cause this. I have seen where if you disconnect the screen and let it sit for about 15 minutes, any static built up will discharge and the flicker will go away. I have also seen where charging the phone for an extended amount of time will fix the issue too.

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Always make sure you disconnect the battery before doing any work on a phone, so you don’t short anything out.
 
# YouYou have a bad part. The backlight can malfunction from time to time on replacement parts. You’ll need to send it back and get another screen.

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In the past I’ve heard that static electricity can cause this. I have seen where if you disconnect the screen and let it sit for about 15 minutes, any static built up will discharge and the flicker will go away. I have also seen where charging the phone for an extended amount of time will fix the issue too. Always make sure you disconnect the battery before doing any work on a phone, so you don’t short anything out.
# YouYou have a bad part. The backlight can malfunction from time to time on replacement parts. You’ll need to send it back and get another screen.

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In the past I’ve heard that static electricity can cause this. I have seen where if you disconnect the screen and let it sit for about 15 minutes, any static built up will discharge and the flicker will go away. I have also seen where charging the phone for an extended amount of time will fix the issue too. Always make sure you disconnect the battery before doing any work on a phone, so you don’t short anything out.

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原帖由: Brian Wood ,

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Always make sure you disconnect the battery before doing any work on a phone, so you don’t short anything out.

#  You have a bad part.  The backlight can malfunction from time to time on replacement parts.  You’ll need to send it back and get another screen.

#  In the past I’ve heard that static electricity can cause this.  I have seen where if you disconnect the screen and let it sit for about 15 minutes, any static built up will discharge and the flicker will go away.  I have also seen where charging the phone for an extended amount of time will fix the issue too.  Always make sure you disconnect the battery before doing any work on a phone, so you don’t short anything out.

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