I got the iPad back, the rebooting problem still occurs. I opened the iPad up, checked the battery connector, however there is no damage. Also, I covered the connectors with tape, but no luck either, the iPad still reboots. So I changed the digitizer, i placed it in place but didn't remove the 3M yet. I tested the ipad for several hours and it did not reboot. After removing the tape and placing the digitizer in place again the iPad suddenly rebooted almost straight away. Am I missing out on something? Anyone with an idea?
You have different quality camera replacement units. The original one's have auto focus, there are also some copy parts on the market wich don't have the focus. I am not sure what kind of part you used as replacement?
I would suggest to get a second screen to test with. Because right now your are gonne look at things what have nothing to do with the actual problem (prob. a broken screen). You might end up getting frustrated and damage something seriously bad (like some connector on the logic board) Also the lcd and digitizer connectors don't like to get connected and disconnected every now and so :') Where did you buy the screen if I may ask?
First of all, you made two huge mistakes: Never try to dry a water-damaged phone with a hairdryer, and don't try to charge it or turn in on. While drying it with your hairdryer you force the water to spread out all over the logic board, causing more damage then it does good. You can try to give the logic board a good clean. Just like oldturkey03 said. I personally have good experience with http://irevivespray.com/. Good luck!