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Lanzado en Septiembre 19, 2014, este iPhone con pantalla de 4.7" es la versión pequeña del iPhone 6 Plus.

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Water damage! What to do next?

Okay I need some help guys! I dropped my phone into a puddle it was in there for maybe 5 seconds (Thank goodness for quick reactions!) I turned it off, I was at work so I couldn't dismantle it and such, so when I got home I then took out the SIM card so it could ventilate a bit better, I put it with some Silica Gel and left it for 2 days. I took it out, of course it won't turn on. I plugged it into my laptop, no reaction. I did a factory restart then the laptop recognized it as a iphone and the phone was making a binging noise and that's it, the screen is still black. I unplugged it from the laptop and it's back to being a Ibrick. I replaced the battery hoping maybe the battery was fried, but it's still doing nothing just sitting there. Now I just don't know what to do next? I want to try fixing it before I get a replacement for $300. Any advice is appreciated, thank you in advance! - Chelsea

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Here is a link to iFixit's guide on fixing devices that have been water damaged: Electronics Water Damage

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If you are ok with taking the phone apart you can do so and clean the board and all components and connections with high grade isopropyl (90% or better). After doing this carefully you can reassemble and troubleshoot from there. In any case of water damage to a phone the battery should be replaced. And seeing as you replaced the battery whilst the phone may still have been wet inside you may shorted components and the battery is now no longer to be trusted when reassembling. Ideally you would remove the heat shields and place the board in a ultrasonic cleaner, but i'm gonna go ahead and assume you don't have access to one.

Please understand that although the above mentioned method may get the phone working again it is not necessarily going to keep working. The highest rate of success is reached when cleaning the board in an ultrasonic cleaner.

Also i should state that screens tend to die pretty easily with water damage. But make sure the connectors and flex cables are clean and undamaged before buying a replacement part. Also buy an lcd tester so that if your phone is dead you can return the screen.

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Thank you, I will try this!

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