iPhone 6S Tristar IC Replacement Tips
My girlfriend iPhone 6S is not charging, and for what I have searched the problem is related with the Tristar IC (U4500).
I already bought the U4500 component and I have all the material necessary form the replacement.
For what I have searched about the problem that I mentioned, the only thing that I need to do is to replace this Tristar IC (U4500) (but if I’m wrong, I appreciate if anyone cloud clarify me, on other possible reasons for this problem).
With that said I have a few questions that I would like to know the answers before try anything with the iPhone.
- What temperature should the soldier station be, to remove to Tristar IC, without cause unwanted damage to other components?
- How much flux should I apply to avoid damaging other components?
- In the removing process how long (seconds or minutes), should I inflict heat to remove the IC chip (an approximated time)?
- When heating, my movements should be circular around the spot, or as steady as possible focusing on IC?
Thanks in advance for the help.
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