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Product Description

We are specialize in cellphone parts

For iPhone 6 LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly - Fix Kit (Top Quality Replacement)

Color: Black

Compatibility: This part will only compatible with an iPhone 6, but not an iPhone 6 Plus, 6s or 6s Plus. Please make sure you identify your iPhone correctly before purchase.

Note:

- This part includes the home button, front facing camera, earpiece speaker, and the LCD shield plate.

- You will not need to transfer these parts from your old display assembly to your new part.

- Important: The Touch ID function will only work with your phone's original home button assembly. You will need to transfer the button assembly from your old display to retain Touch ID.

Package includes:

- 1 x New LCD Screen and Digitizer for iPhone 6

- 2 x Spudger

- 1 x Pentalobe 5-point screwdriver

- 1 x Phillips #000 screwdriver

- 2 x Plastic opening tool

- 1 x Small Suction Cup

FAQ:

1. Screen is blank/not lighting up/has white lines after installed

-If the screen is not able to be turned on, it is mainly because of the LCD connector did not fully installed or got loose. When this happened, lease try reinstalling the connectors for several times. After installed the screen, please press the power button and the home button for 10 seconds to reset the screen.

-When installing your phone, the display data cable may pop off its connector. This can result in white lines or a blank screen when powering your phone back on. If that happens, please simply reconnect the cable and power cycle your phone. The best way to power cycle your phone is to disconnect and reconnect the battery connector.

2. Screen has been installed and worked fine for a few days/weeks, but the touch function is not working well

-This is because the digitizer cable might lose connection if not plugged in firmly, you can transfer the foam that attaches to the back of original digitizer cable connector onto the new one, which can make sure the connector stays connecting to the logic board.

-The second reason causing the touch function not working might be the battery. Please check whether the battery is swollen or not. If yes, it is probably that the digitizer cable connector will be loosen after the screen is assembled. Furthermore, a swollen battery has a high possibility to cause overheat or explosion. Therefore, we would highly recommend you to replace your battery under this circumstance.

3. The front facing camera does not work

-The front facing camera has a connector connecting to the logic board. Please make sure it is fully connected. You will also need to re-power the phone to active the function of the front facing camera.

4. The home button does not work

-The home button needs to be connected to the metal plate and then the cable on the metal plate needs to be installed to the logic board. Please make sure both connectors are fully fitted and please gently install the connectors.to avoid any damage on the connector.

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