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Lanzado el 25 de septiembre de 2015. Modelo A1687 / A1634. La Reparación de este dispositivo es similar a las generaciones anteriores, requiriendo destornilladores y herramientas de palanca. Disponible como GSM o CDMA / 16, 64 o 128 GB / Silver, Gold, Space Grey o Rose Gold.

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Home button / battery fire

Changed battery on my cousin’s 6s plus ….. it was damaged and actually caught on fire when removing it. I quickly got it out of phone , it appeared not to do too much damage. Some scorching in the left corner around and on headphone jack . I cleaned it up put new battery in , put it back together powered up everything worked EXECPT home button ….. top screen / home button was not on/near battery when it caught on fire … do I need to change charging port / headphone jack assembly….. or something else like change the entire back assembly of the phone . Need some ideas or help on what direction to go

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If you didn’t remove the actual home button I would make sure the connector is seated properly. If it is than you have most likely damaged the flex cable or nudged a tiny component around the connector. If it is a damaged flex you will need to replace the screen.

The charge dock has nothing to do with the home button.

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Thanks, Chris …..The reason I asked about the port and the surrounding area is , because in reading one of the other posts , talking about the home button , someone mentioned a broken or bad ( in my case melted ) connection causing a continuity problem that affected the home button. …. I’ve removed and reconnected everything multiple times. And when the fire took place the screen and button where 4 feet away, so the fire couldn’t have damaged the cables or connectors. Not to say I might have when I removed them with spudger . Is there anything under the headphone jack orTaptic Engine that could cause this issue? Like a ground wire or a ribbon cable …..any or next idea please

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