So I have done a lot of work to this iphone that a friend bought, and its required me to disassemble the iphone quite a few times over the past few months. Now I think I've seriously damaged it. The number 2 cable doesn't clip in. I connects and sends information if I press on it though. I discovered this when I first put it back together and I couldn't use the screen, but when I opened it back up and pressed on the Number 2 cable (the touch sensor connector), it was definitely loose, but pressure let it work and I was able to turn it off (thank god). Is there any way I can hope to replace this? I used canned air to try and clear anything blocking the clip, but I'm not sure what to do from there. I remember before when I first replaced the touch screen I may have wiped an extremely small amount of super glue over the female connector (the screen, not the logic board). I see some on the cable itself, but not on the female pin. I have NO clue how to solder. I don't even own the equipment to do it. Does it sound like a cable issue, or is it a logic board issue?