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If the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrong holes then this will cause a blue screen.I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit. More info on this issue in the below link
If the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrong holes then this will cause a blue screen.I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit. More info on this issue in the below link
 
http://blog.irepairnational.com/2014/09/30/iphone-5s-blue-screen-bootloop-restore-error-14-or-error-9/

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If the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrong holes then this will cause a blue screen.I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit.
 
http://blog.irepairnational.com/2014/09/30/iphone-5s-blue-screen-bootloop-restore-error-14-or-error-9/

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I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit and disconnect the home button and try to boot. If not then im guessing your phone was damage during the repair. possible inductor damage or wrong placement of screws. IfIf the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrong holes then this will cause a blue screenscreen.I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit.
I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit and disconnect the home button and try to boot. If not then im guessing your phone was damage during the repair. possible inductor damage or wrong placement of screws. IfIf the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrong holes then this will cause a blue screenscreen.I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit.

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I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit and disconnect the home button and try to boot. If not then im guessing your phone was damage during the repair. possible inductor damage or wrong placement of screws. If the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrondwrong holes then this will cause a blue screen.
I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit and disconnect the home button and try to boot. If not then im guessing your phone was damage during the repair. possible inductor damage or wrong placement of screws. If the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrondwrong holes then this will cause a blue screen.

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I would suggest bringing it back or to someone else. if you feel confident open it yourself following the guides on ifixit and disconnect the home button and try to boot. If not then im guessing your phone was damage during the repair. possible inductor damage or wrong placement of screws. If the screws that hold the metal shield above the screen connectors are in the wrond holes then this will cause a blue screen.

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