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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No signal after power flex replacement

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iPhone 5 not searching for network. Only says No service.

I had this problem when i changed powerflex on iphone 5. The screwdriver slipped and it then wouldnt find signal.

I found out this was missing:

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After soldering this it had fine signal again.

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Deck the Halls
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ive located the component, its a 70-OHM-300MA resister. it is part of the phones RF TRANSCEIVER DECOUPLING.

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Hi after seeing your post i try to identify if my problem is the same .

Can you explain if there is a components at the place you solder ? Mine looks like none. But before solder i just want to make sure.

So you make a bridge between the two solder point ?

thanks

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The one i fixed had broke the resistor clean off, so i just soldered between the 2 points. Try to get a magnifier to see closely if it is missing.

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Hi thanks for your answer. I take a magnifier and see a gap between two pin next to the screw hole.

is this correct or is this the resistor behind this two pin ?

I will try to take a photo but it's not easy...

Thanks a lot..

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To illustrate see the image. This is the 1 or the 2 ?

Thanks

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It is the one closest to the screw hole. So it is number 1.

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I try but it's very difficult to sold...

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Did but nothing change... Thanks again for your advice. I appreciate. Hope your solution work for another.

Have a good day /night

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