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Versión actual por: Ron Davis ,

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-It sounds like the problem is the FL11 module on the logic board. It's easy to damage this module while disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. I've included a photo for reference.
+It sounds like the problem is the FL11 module on the logic board. It's easy to damage this module while disconnecting the battery from the logic board. I've included a photo for reference.
Confirm that these modules are in place.
[image|460395]
If they are missing, you must replace them. This job should be done by a professional, since the logic board is easily damaged.
Here is another thread referring to this issue:
[post|197076]

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Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

-It sounds like the problem is the FL11 module on the logic board. It's easy to damage this module can get damaged while disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. I've included a photo for reference.
+It sounds like the problem is the FL11 module on the logic board. It's easy to damage this module while disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. I've included a photo for reference.
Confirm that these modules are in place.
[image|460395]
If they are missing, you must replace them. This job should be done by a professional, since the logic board is easily damaged.
Here is another thread referring to this issue:
-https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/197076/Capacitor+replacing+on+iPhone+5#answer197220
+[post|197076]

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Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

-It sound like is the FL11 module on the motherboard. This can get damage easily when disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. Here is pic a for reference.
+It sounds like the problem is the FL11 module on the logic board. It's easy to damage this module can get damaged while disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. I've included a photo for reference.
-Confirm that this modules are in place.
+Confirm that these modules are in place.
-[image|460395|align=left]
+[image|460395]
-If they don't you must replace them. This job must be done by a professional, since you can damage the mainboard.
+If they are missing, you must replace them. This job should be done by a professional, since the logic board is easily damaged.
-Here is a thread referring this issue.
+Here is another thread referring to this issue:
https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/197076/Capacitor+replacing+on+iPhone+5#answer197220

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Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

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-It sound like is the capacitor FL11 module on the motherboard. This can get damage easily when disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. Here is pic a for reference.
+It sound like is the FL11 module on the motherboard. This can get damage easily when disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. Here is pic a for reference.
Confirm that this modules are in place.
[image|460395|align=left]
If they don't you must replace them. This job must be done by a professional, since you can damage the mainboard.
Here is a thread referring this issue.
https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/197076/Capacitor+replacing+on+iPhone+5#answer197220

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Aporte original por: Robert G ,

Texto:

It sound like is the capacitor FL11 module on the motherboard. This can get damage easily when disconnecting the battery from the motherboard. Here is pic a for reference.

Confirm that this modules are in place.

[image|460395|align=left]

If they don't you must replace them. This job must be done by a professional, since you can damage the mainboard.

Here is a thread referring this issue.

https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/197076/Capacitor+replacing+on+iPhone+5#answer197220

Estatus:

open