Samsung SM-G7102 LCD Display Light IC Ways Solution


Samsung SM-G7102 Display Ways Lcd Light Ic Jumper Problem Solution
This solution may helpful to fix and repair a damaged Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM-G7102 that has a display problem occurred like blue screen, white screen, blank or black screen, garbled or saturated Screen displays.
If encountered this problem the first thing to do is to change or install a new LCD module. If the display problem unsolved after replacing the LCD screen, you may then proceed to check or restore the flash firmware.
After doing those procedure but still it doesn’t work and does not solved the display problem the last option is to proceed hardware components troubleshooting.

This solution below shows the display filter of the Samsung G7102 PCB board components layout where the LCD display filter chip is being mounted.

Samsung Sm-G7102 Display Solution
Check One By One Its Lcd Lines In Pin 14-16-18
Check His Lights On Pins 22-24-26-28 And 33
Remove U608 Ic.
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Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM G7102 Display Problem Solution Repair Jumper Ways
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The above solutions showed the full paths of each corresponding display signal connection from the display filter IC through to the LCD pin connector. You may used the solution above for tracing possible lines being cut or disconnected.

We have marked Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM-G7102 LCD Led Lights Jumper points from LCD connector.Before doing these jumpers please make sure that a faulty LCD connector is not causing this issue.
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