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Troubleshooting: Defective or Working?

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Our RMA department here at BulkRepairParts is made up of two of the friendliest members of the 8Bit family. Sam and Linda work tirelessly each day to receive, sort, and test returned repair parts, then give due credit or replacements to our customers. The most time-consuming part of the Returns process is testing the parts that come back as defective, so we can fix the issues

What Linda and Sam have found out is that a lot of the screens for iPhones that are returned as “defective,” work perfectly fine when they’re testing them here at BulkRepairParts — which means something else is happening during the repair to prevent these screens from working properly.

Whether it’s a speck of dust on the LCD connector or an improperly fitted cable, there are several seemingly small things that can prevent an LCD screen from working correctly. Now you can use our handy-dandy LCD Troubleshooting flow chart below to properly troubleshoot and test your replacement LCD for iPhones, iPads and iPods!