Teardowns I've Worked On
Guides I've Contributed To
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- This is just to confirm what I think to be true but if anyone knows different...I bought a 5th gen(video) ipod as a bit of a ...
- I've been looking for similar problems but everything seems to be for the PS3. My kids have the "buzz" games and at first I t...
- This tv is giving me a profound headache..story was: picture no sound. Ordered replacement board (the board to which the spea...
- Hi, After my first debacle with an iBook ( a work still in progress) I have bought another one and repaired it (yipee! am not...
- I know this is a bit off topic, however it is repair related. I have an iBook that I am trying to repair. The power connector...
- Have been given this to repair for a friends daughter. Took out batteries and discovered battery corrosion on one contact. Sc...
- Another day, another disaster. Husband bought this for me to fix for him. (says I hog the Mac..don't know why he thinks that)...
- Hello. Again. In my haste to remove a broken card/game reader (again)( & again because of a faulty eject on the replacement) ...
- fixing this for a friend but I can't find any information on what's on the motherboard and whether the LCD has the backlight ...
- right then...toy repair weekend underway! Have many a toy whose battery pack has corroded beyond redemption when the AA batte...
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- just check that this part is connected properly it controls reception. check also that the metal prongs are under the metal shield and all parts in the guide highlighted as needing to be cleaned and free of grease (ie the dock connector flex) are actually clean and well connected.
- try this On Windows, these files are located in a hidden folder. To view these files in Windows Explorer, you must select Tools> Folder Options, click View, then select "Show hidden files and folders. In Windows Vista, follow the instructions below: - Go to Start> Computer> Local Disk and type the following path: C: / users / [yourusername] / AppData / Roaming / Apple Computer / iTunes / - Delete all files in the iPhone Software Updates folder and Device Support. - Try to restore the iPhone again. In Windows XP, follow the instructions below: - Choose Start> Run, then type C: / documents and settings / [yourusername] / Application Data / Apple Computer / iTunes / - Delete all files in the iPhone Software Updates and in Device Support. If, despite these recommendations
, you still have this error, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes. Try using a USB hub.
- taken a look at this ? http://www.igeeksblog.com/fix-itunes-error-3194/
- http://cellenuity.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/iphone-power-connector-mainboard-repair-2.jpg http://www.cyberdocllc.com/new-tested-solutions/solution-new-iphone-4s/
- try removing any screen protector, or cutting a hole over where the prox sensor is.
- you have overtightened the display screws (the big ones with the washers on) just loosen them off a bit and see if that helps.
- take a look at your battery connections. it's the one place that takes a lot of pressure to pull off and it's not a great solder...it may be that you've pulled too hard and one of the feet has a crack in the solder(my guess is the uppermost one) and so every so often the connection breaks-your phone goes off... worth a look and pretty easy to fix.
- http://www.n8fan.net/item/free-downloads-on-harley-davidson-fxr-repair/ I think this might be a good start. Also I think there are so many guys out there that tinker on their Harley's and are far more expert at it, you can find questions/answe
rs on specialist sites from other like minded people...you might get better help there.
- I've had a few batteries that have not been dead but are just on the low side and then aren't able to charge, sometimes a kick start from a normal rectangular household battery (the one with both terminals on the top ?9v) connected to the iphone battery- terminal 1 &4 sorts it out. Do this with the battery out of the phone until you have a charge on the multimeter of 5.7 and it should then boot. I'd also do a quick clean of your dock connector-sometimes there's a bit of fluff or paper on a pin stopping it charging. If your phone works until the battery dies, or it won't charge then maybe you need to change the dock.
- iPod Touch 4th Generation Battery Replacement the speaker. try a bit of solder glue instead
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MINISCULE amount of solder...
you're welcome shai, hope all the other repairs go so well
it should be ok.
"wipe" means with a cloth moistened in alcohol.
put your fingers at power button end of phone, resting on edge of glass/bezel you can use them as lever so when you pull on suction at other end you don't need to apply much pressure and the cables underneath aren't ripped off
take out gameboy slot too!