Samsung Grand 2 SM-G7102 Display Light Solution Jumper


Samsung SM-G7102 Display Light Ways Problem Jumper Solution Lcd Light Repair

here’s the dual sim Samsung Grand 2 SM-G7102 display connection line paths is case you are going to troubleshoot display problem such blank display, dark screen display, white screen (with tones), No backlight LED that is resulted from due to wet damaged or accidentally dropped issues bu the users.

Following are some of the Samsung SM-G7102 display problems that you might encounter:

White Display
No Display
Lines on Display
Low Light on Display
No Backlight

Manual Solution
Manual Solution is basically only for low light and Backlight issue, and in order to resolve that all you have to do is to go into settings and check for brightness (Remove check on Automatic Brightness). For Backlight, check backlight settings and timings.

Hardware Solution
Check the LCD for possiable damaged, cracked or broken. Replace if necessary.
Check the device firmware, and do a self test and calibration method. update or flash the firmware if necessary.

Check the LCD pin connector for possiable damaged. Clean, re-solder or replace if necessary.

Samsung Grand 2 SM G7102 Display Light Ways Solution Jumper
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Now Check Continuity between Display connector to the resistor compounds. if any of then is track missing then make a jumper.

Here’ how to troubleshoot the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM-G7102 backlight LED problem:
For quick fix, on minor problem like if the phone status shows no indication of being wet by any liquid, free of oxidation build up or the PCB board is still clean.
– Check the Flex ribbon cable wire.. replace if damaged.
– Check/ try to replace the LCD screen, the white LED’s on it may already been busted.

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If the above procedures doesn’t fix the problem the possible faulty is the main engine IC. Try to re-heat or rework it.

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