My iphone suffered water damage - %#*@ the beer!
So I stripped it down and cleaned the motherboard with Methylated Spirits (de-natured alcohol) paying particular attention to the area where the camera and flash attached and the sim card contacts because both the flash was permanently switched on and the sim card wasn't recognized anymore. This fixed the phone! Or so I thought!
I noticed that the front camera wasn't working so I tried opening the phone to check the front camera plug had properly seated on the boards corresponding socket. This didn't fix the front camera.
HOWEVER I found [several days later] the rear camera grounding clip loose on the floor of my bedroom and thought "that'll fix it hooray". It turns out that when I re-fitted the rear camera grounding clip and re-assembled the phone; the flash wouldn't turn on leading me to believe that having already used the rear camera and attempting to switch to the front camera (which requires a lower voltage jumper to start it ) - that I had subsequently broken the jumper for the front camera because the rear camera wasn't grounded when I first tried to switch from the rear camera to the front camera. SO I removed the rear camera grounding clip and what do you know - the flash works again! I hope this helps
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