Ruined a ribbon cable on a Xenarc 705TSV monitor. What do I do?
I was pulling apart a Xenarc 705TSV to put into a friend's car and when I tugged the two circuit boards apart I pulled a ribbon cable out of one of the boards. If anyone has taken apart a Xenarc screen, specifically the 705, you'll know the ribbon cable I'm talking about. There's no clip to hold it to the board, it's just the ribbon itself that somehow just slides into a plastic receiver on the board and there's black tape holding it in. It comes out very easily.
So since I had no idea how it was supposed to go back in and that it's not supposed to slide in flush with the board, scraped up the metal contacts on the cable by mistake. They're now all broken and touching each other so when I finally get it pushed in the right way, the screen flicks a white colour on and off as I fiddle with the cable. Any idea how Xenarc would be with a warranty return for something like this? Or if they even sell this ribbon cable I need? I looked on their site, is this it? http://www.xenarcdirect.com/product....cat=258&page=1