Revamped version of the iPhone 3G with faster processing speeds. Repair of this device is similar to the 3G, and requires simple screwdrivers and prying tools. Model A1303 / 16 or 32 GB capacity / black or white plastic back.

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Identifying a motherboard component iPhone 3G S

Can anyone help me identify a component of the motherboard of iPhone 3G S?

I have my hands on an iPhone 3G S the previous owner describes the problem as it does not turn on, but the review I realize shows that is "missing" component that appears in the image:

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Someone help me to know what is it and what values ​​do it have?

Thank you very much!

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Paulo Cesar, what is the number on top of the coil just to the right of it?

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Sorry about my delay on the answers...

The number of the coil is 2R2.

I don't have time this passed weekend, I'm still looking for a supplier because is really hard to find a supplier of this components in my country (Mexico City).

On the other hand I discovered that also lacks the component FDFMA3N109. The description says: Integrated N-Channel PowerTrench® MOSFET and Schottky Diode.

And I don't know if this can also find on sale.

=(

But the project about repair the iPhone sounds great, so do not desist as soon...

=)

I appreciate your questions and answers oldturkey03 you keep abreast and any suggestions, i'm listen carefully.

Greetings!.

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Paulo Cesar, I just checked on Digikey.com and the part number for your component is FDFMA3N109TR-ND unit price is Unit Price 0.20400. If you need to, I can try and assist you with the purchase of the parts. Just email me, my email address is in my profile.

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Hello everyone, greetings oldturkey03

Just to comment that finally I have the components in my hands, I keep up to date on the assembly for this ones and the results of the assembly.

Likely tomorrow.

Many thanks for responses olturkey03 and I deeply appreciate the offer.

Greetings!

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That is great. Let us know how you are doing with your repair. Good Luck.

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Paulo Cesar, I am looking at the diagram right now and it looks like a capacitor. the diagram lists it as C238_RF the value is list as 4.7uF one of these should work. Hope this help, good luck.

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Thanks oldturkey03, tomorrow i go to buy one of it, and comment the results. Again: Thank you very much!

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you are very welcome, good luck. BTW it is an SMD component and will require special skills and tools to replace....

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