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[* black] Double check that the ribbon cable is not pinched between the LCD and the metal plate. Fold it back on itself so that it doesn't get pinched. If the ribbon cable is pinched, you may get a white screen that cannot be fixed because the traces on the ribbon cable have been damaged.
-[* icon_caution] Be very gentle when plugging in the new screen behind the logic board because if forced the wrong way you could damage the pins and make part of the screen become unresponsive to touching
+[* icon_caution] Be very gentle when plugging in the new screen behind the logic board. If it is forced the wrong way you could damage the pins and make part of the screen become unresponsive to touching.