Cell phone repair

My mother dropped her HTC Desire 816 and it may have been ran over by a car. Now the screen and LCD are broken. The digitizer was fine. She ordered a new screen and LCD for it and I volunteered to fix it. Replacing the screen and LCD was super easy. However, now I can't get the phone to charge or come on. I followed the steps completely but when I plug the phone in for charging, all that appears on the screen is a battery symbol and the orange light flashes in the top left corner. What could I have done wrong? I would love to just take it to a repair shop but I literally have no money. How can I fix this? Could it be a problem with the battery or the motherboard?

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Clarification Request
Was it working before you fixed it ?

Maybe put the broken parts back on to see if it works again Mischief
Go over your work to makes sure everything's connected , maybe you loosened something while inside the phone.

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Yes, but the screen and LCD were broken.

She and I could both still swipe on the screen and access apps. We just couldn't see half of the screen. I took it apart yesterday and checked everything and put it back together, but it's still just showing the battery symbol. It won't turn on.

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Find the guide at the ifixit

Hi, maybe your replace steps is wrong, you can look for the right guide and find which step you are wrong.You can search the guide at the ifixit or hcqs.
Hope this helps

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Repair it your self

If your laptop is no longer covered under warranty, and you're comfortable with taking it apart and fixing it yourself, you may find a helpful guide at iFixit
You can buy the original screen and tools at the Amazon,eBay or HCQS

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