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Current version by: oldturkey03 (vote details) ,

Title:

iPhone 6 not turning on. the cpu gets really hot

Text:

the cpu is heating up, there is probably a short somewhere around the cpu or in the cpu itself. how can i measure components with a multimeter to see which of them is the problem. i read somewhere i can't use a multimeter to check resistance because it will pass 9V and the components will fry is that true? if so then what should i measure for?

thanks

=== Update (11/02/2015) ===

[image|681355]

[image|681354]

here are some pictures. looks normal to me

Device:

iPhone 6

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

268106

Edit by: Nadav ,

Title:

iPhone 6 not turning on. the cpu gets really hot

Text:

the cpu is heating up, there is probably a short somewhere around the cpu or in the cpu itself. how can i measure components with a multimeter to see which of them is the problem. i read somewhere i can't use a multimeter to check resistance because it will pass 9V and the components will fry is that true? if so then what should i measure for?
 
thanks
 
=== Update (11/02/2015) ===
 
[image|681355]
 
[image|681354]
 
here are some pictures. looks normal to me

Device:

iPhone 6

Status:

open

Original post by: Nadav ,

Title:

iPhone 6 not turning on. the cpu gets really hot

Text:

the cpu is heating up, there is probably a short somewhere around the cpu or in the cpu itself. how can i measure components with a multimeter to see which of them is the problem. i read somewhere i can't use a multimeter to check resistance because it will pass 9V and the components will fry is that true? if so then what should i measure for?

thanks

Device:

iPhone 6

Status:

open