Non-responsive home button after changing lighting port
Changed the lightning port on an iPhone 7 today, noting that no ribbon cables were damaged and all components were tested beforehand.
Upon reassembly, plugging in the battery and starting to test the unit, I could smell hot, almost burning electronics smell coming from the logic board. Disconnected the battery to check everything, seemed fine, powered back on and the smell went away. Phone runs fine except very high battery drain (10% in 10 minutes on idle), as well as non-responsive home button, alert that touch ID isn’t recognized and the back of the phone (logic board area) gets very hot.
Is there a chance the logic board has been partially fried? Anyone else have a similar experience?
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