Sixth iteration of Apple iPhone, announced on September 12, 2012. Repair of this device is similar to the previous models, requiring screwdrivers and prying tools. Available as GSM or CDMA / 16, 32, or 64 GB / Black or White.

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Capacitor replacing on iPhone 5

Hello.

I've replaced the "Audio Control and Power Button Cable", thank you very much for the step-by-step.

As I almost finished, my screwdriver slipped and I've removed a couple of capacitors (I think that's what they are).

Here is a picture, it's right next to the battery connector:

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Can someone help me to identify so I can (hopefully) re-solder them?

Thank you.

Peter.

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Hello oldturkey03.

I'm just trying to see if these are the parts needed:

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The manufacture codes are C0402C0G1C560J020BC for C279 and MMZ0402S121C for the FL11.

Thank you.

Peter.

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Peter, that is reference designator FL11 is a 120ohm 210mA inductor in a 01005 package and

reference designator C279 is a 56PF 16V 5% capacitor in a 01005 package. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Hi oldturkey03. Thank you for the info. I'm trying to get the parts. £0.18 for a part and £12 delivery :(

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Hello oldturkey03.

I'm just trying to see if these are the parts needed:

The manufacture codes are C0402C0G1C560J020BC for C279 and MMZ0402S121C for the FL11.

Thank you.

Peter.

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Hi guys! where you buy this parts? please help me crushedrepepper@gmail.com

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CRUSHED RED PEPPER, they are available at digikey.com

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What does this look like on the iPhone 6?

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FL 11 is required and will have to get back in place for the phone to work. Honk if you need microsoldering assistance.

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Hi jessabethany. Thank you for the comment and support :)

I will probably need some assistance as soon as I get the parts.

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Hi Jessa,

can you confirm me, that there are "unnecessary" parts in this section?

I ask because I ripped off 2 parts there, but the phone is working. Cant see any bug so far.

Maybe I ripped of 2 capacitors, that was used to smooth voltage-fluctuations, as I remember they are often near to power-supplys.

greetz revnu

EDIT: even if my assumption is right, what type of long term-effect I can expect bye missing smoothing-caps?

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Peter will be eternally grateful.
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