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  1. Okidokee's Avatar
    Can anyone tell me what could be wrong after replacing the battery in an iPod Touch 4th Gen that would be causing the two screen corners nearest the home button to be bright all of the time - see attached photo? Otherwise, the iPod works fine.

    Many thanks.
    Attached Thumbnails Bright corners at bottom of iPod Touch 4th Gen screen-ipod-screen.jpg  
    11-08-2020 01:20 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    My first thought is you’ve not reconnected something properly or to the degree it was prior to you replacing the battery. With that being said, I would say retrace your steps.
    11-08-2020 02:50 PM
  3. Okidokee's Avatar
    Thank you. I have done as you advised twice but the problem remains. I am now wondering if I applied too much heat to soften the adhesive and have permanently damaged the LCD.
    11-09-2020 08:02 AM

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