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iPhone 5 Loudspeaker

$19.95

Product code: IF118-019-1

Product Overview

Bad speakerphone? No speakerphone audio? This may be the part you need!

  • This is used for speakerphone and audio output.
  • Sometimes a part can become clogged with dust or be damaged in a liquid spill.

Compatibility

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  • All iPhone 5 Models (Not iPhone 5s or 5c)

Product Details

  $19.95

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

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Compatibility

iPhone 5
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

the factory speaker was damaged

My Fix

I followed the instructions provided by ifixit and replaced the speaker. I had a little trouble with the display screen adapters but after rechecking the cables, all was good.

My Advice

Be patient when working on this phone. Every time there is less space for us to work on them so we have to be patient and careful! :)

My Problem

My wifes iphone 5 loudspeaker was blowm

My Fix

Took less than ten mins to replace and the new part fit perfectly

My Advice

Just be gently with the ribbon cables

My Problem

Le speaker était défecteux. Plus aucun son pendant la lecture de videos ou lors d'une connexion Facetime

My Fix

En suivant les videos step-by-step sur Youtube, le remplacement était simple et rapide.

Temps estimé : +-20 minutes

My Advice

Le tout est de bien faire attention à ne pas perdre les vis minuscules. Il faut effectuer la réparation dans un endroit fort lumineux, afin d'y voir clair.

Le son avec le nouveau speaker est encore meilleur que le son d'origine. Un réel plaisir.

My Problem

Changed the speaker with a new one.

My Fix

Very easy to change, just remove two screws in the outside and 3 screws form the speaker.

My Advice

Is not neccesary to remove the display.

My Problem

A year after washing my iphone 5 (and having it all work just fine- except some camera smudges) the external speaker stopped working.

My Fix

So- I watched a few hours of YouTube and thought- !@#$, I can do this. And yes- I can. In fact- anybody can. Super easy.

I abandoned the iFixit steps and went straight to the speaker area. Found a YouTUbe video that covered the short version- It went great. No issues at all.

My Advice

From the one time I opened my phone- I'd say do the short version.

Here's the video I found most helpful.

http://youtu.be/pJEUq-9RwiY

It's like 5 steps vs Ifixit's 25 steps. And- it's working.

I also need to replace the rear camera but that's a bit deeper so I'm holding off for now.

I think there are cheaper parts out there than iFixit but it all went so well, I'd use them again.