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Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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iPhone loops apple logo after battery replacement

hello i just bought a replacement battery because my old battery didnt last at all. so i bought your kit for it and watched a video on how to install it and i got it installed perfectly an everything worked, i put it back together and it turned on. it was at %50 and it eventualy died then when i went to charge it , all i got was the apple logo staying on for about 5 seconds. so i tried putting it into recovery mode but as soon as i unpluged it from the wall 3 seconds later the screen went black. so i retried and retried , im not seing a low power icon its just the apple logo repeting and repeating. so i opened it up again and reset the battery plug, and still kept repeating. i tried following this tutorial here ----Flashing white screen after battery replacement

but to no avail. they said it was a seating issue . which in my case it wasnt because it was working fine before it died, they also said if that didnt work it was a faulty battery

any help would be greatly appreciated thx

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It sounds like a faulty battery to me. You should contact iFixit directly (not the answer forum) and tell them to send you another.

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would i have to pay for another one?

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and also how do i contact them.......thanks troy

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ONE MORE THING and the battery was working so i dont understand why would it be faulty if it was in fact working

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I don't know if you would have to pay for another one. I would assume not since the one they sent you didn't work, where the old battery did boot up. Here is a page I found where you can contact iFixit to see about a warranty swap: https://help.ifixit.com/category/133-con...

The new battery never worked right, only the old one. I think they sent you a bad new battery.

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Sounds like either a bad battery, or damage from the disassembly. Hopefully just a bad battery! Quickest way to test is to install the old battery and see how it responds. If it boots up fine, bad battery, if it reacts the same, it is either the new faulty battery or board damage.

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funny thing is that i acidently destroyed the battery sooooooo

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