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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.

This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.

The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the logic board. The FL 11 is a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.

There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.

Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which won't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.

Your troubleshooting process should look like this:

1.) [guide|10587|Replace the battery|new_window=true].

2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair if it's missing.

3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, [guide|10702|replace the dock connector|new_window=true].

4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.
The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the logic board. The FL 11 is a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which won't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
Your troubleshooting process should look like this:
1.) [guide|10587|Replace the battery|new_window=true].
2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair if it's missing.
-3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5+Lightning+Connector+and+Headphone+Jack+Replacement/10702|replace the dock connector|new_window=true].
+3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, [guide|10702|replace the dock connector|new_window=true].
4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

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Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.
The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the logic board. The FL 11 is a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which won't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
Your troubleshooting process should look like this:
-1.) [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5+Battery+Replacement/10587|Replace the battery|new_window=true].
+1.) [guide|10587|Replace the battery|new_window=true].
-2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the missing FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair.
+2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair if it's missing.
-3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, replace the dock connector.
+3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5+Lightning+Connector+and+Headphone+Jack+Replacement/10702|replace the dock connector|new_window=true].
4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

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open

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.
-The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the boarda tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
+The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the logic board. The FL 11 is a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which won't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
Your troubleshooting process should look like this:
-1.) Replace the battery.
+1.) [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+5+Battery+Replacement/10587|Replace the battery|new_window=true].
2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the missing FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair.
3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, replace the dock connector.
4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.
The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the board—a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
-Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which doesn't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
+Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which won't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
Your troubleshooting process should look like this:
1.) Replace the battery.
2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the missing FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair.
3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, replace the dock connector.
4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.
The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the board—a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which doesn't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
-Your troubleshooting would look like this:
+Your troubleshooting process should look like this:
1.) Replace the battery.
2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the missing FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair.
3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, replace the dock connector.
4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
-This could be (and if no prior repair, most likely) a failed battery.
+This could be a failed battery—and if there were no prior repairs, this is most likely.
The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the board—a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the battery—but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
Apple diagnostics won't help you—they will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which doesn't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
Your troubleshooting would look like this:
1.) Replace the battery.
2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the missing FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair.
3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, replace the dock connector.
4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.
This could be (and if no prior repair, most likely) a failed battery.
-The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is missing FL 11 on the board--a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect/disconnect the battery.
+The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is a missing FL 11 on the boarda tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect or disconnect the battery.
-There is a chance that you could also have a secondary defect---the U2 charging ic--which is sporadically charging the battery, but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. Also possible is a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
+There is also a chance that you could have a secondary defect in the U2 charging IC, which is sporadically charging the batterybut this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect. It's also possible that there's a secondary defect in the charge port itself.
-Apple diagnostics won't help you---they will just see how many amps the phone is consuming while charging which doesn't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
+Apple diagnostics won't help youthey will just show how many amps the phone is consuming while charging, which doesn't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.
Your troubleshooting would look like this:
-1.) Replace battery
+1.) Replace the battery.
-2.) If not solved, look for missing FL 11 on the logic board and send out for repair.
+2.) If the problem isn't solved, look for the missing FL 11 on the logic board and send the phone out for repair.
-3.) If not solved, then replace dock connector
+3.) If this doesn't resolve the problem, replace the dock connector.
-4.) If not solved, send out for U2 ic chip replacement on the logicboard
+4.) If the problem still isn't solved, send the phone out for a U2 IC chip replacement on the logic board.

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Aporte original por: jessabethany ,

Texto:

The problem is definitely in the gas gauge line between the logic board and the battery.

This could be (and if no prior repair, most likely) a failed battery.

The most common cause if the phone has been opened, is missing FL 11 on the board--a tiny component that commonly gets knocked off when people connect/disconnect the battery.

There is a chance that you could also have a secondary defect---the U2 charging ic--which is sporadically charging the battery, but this is secondary to your gas gauge line defect.  Also possible is a secondary defect in the charge port itself.

Apple diagnostics won't help you---they will just see how many amps the phone is consuming while charging which doesn't help you to narrow down between these possibilities.

Your troubleshooting would look like this:

1.) Replace battery

2.) If not solved, look for missing FL 11 on the logic board and send out for repair.

3.) If not solved, then replace dock connector

4.) If not solved, send out for U2 ic chip replacement on the logicboard

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open