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Repair iPhone Tracks Damaged by Inserting Long Screw - Cell2Fix
This means that you have to be quite careful when removing and replacing the screws when we do a repair because if we do not do it, we run the risk of damaging our iPhone. Since the iPhone 5S, Apple has had a habit of running tracks under some nuts where you have to put screws. In the event that we make a mistake and insert a longer screw in one of these nuts when screwing, we will be scraping the first layer of the base plate and crossing the tracks that run underneath. In this way we will be causing damage to our iPhone, as long as it does not turn on, does not image or does not take coverage among others, depending on the tracks that we have damaged.
In the event that we make a mistake and insert a longer screw in one of these nuts when screwing, we will be scraping the first layer of the base plate and crossing the tracks that run underneath.
Luckily, at Full Repairing, we try to solve all these phones that, due to simple carelessness, are in many cases irreparable. In the video, we briefly explain which are the nuts that must be taken into account so as not to make mistakes and insert the wrong screw.
The first thing to do is to check through the microscope, since the space is very limited, in which nuts a longer screw has been inserted. We will appreciate it quickly as we will see a circle drawn by the screw on the motherboard. Next, we will remove the nut with the help of a welder and later we will scrape until we can see the tracks that pass under the nut. We assess the situation by seeing what and how many tracks are damaged
We must see if the cut of the tracks is superficial or if on the contrary, an important piece of track has detached. We can choose to rebuild the damaged tracks or bridge one end of the track to the next component. This is where the decision of a good professional technician comes in.
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