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Changed iphone 3gs housing, no sim displayed


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I changed my rear panel today as my black one was very scratched, though I'd put a white one on.

Never had any problems during install, followed ifixit guide and now I am getting no sim. What could I have done for the sim not to be recognised.

Power button is a little stiff but still works fine....
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somewhere you must have went wrong or out of track....or again open it at follow the ifixit guide carefully and do it again ....or lastly head out to apple store

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