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Titre:

No sign of turning ON. (not sure if it turns on or not)

Texte:

I’ve been asked to repair an iphone 6 w/ no idea on what’s wrong with it. But here are the facts to far:
 
* The battery’s fine (sufficient voltage when tested with a multimeter)
* The device draws a little less than 1amp when connected to a charger (but notno charging indicator in the LCDLCD even after 1 hour of charging).
* The device draws a little less than 1amp when connected to a charger (but notno charging indicator in the LCDLCD even after 1 hour of charging).
* The device is recognized by my PC when tethered via USB (I am not sure if this indicate the device is running)
* The LCD never lit up at any time during those above procedures.
 
So What I’m trying to find out is, '''if the LCD is the culprit''' (since the phone is detected by my PC, and the phone drawing about 0.88 amps when connected to a USB tester which is about the same current draw when charging a non fast charging phone. (normally 0 amp when the motherboard is faulty)[br]
 
 
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I hope somebody could shed some light here.

Appareil:

iPhone 6

Statut:

open

Message d'origine par : tri5kmark ,

Titre:

No sign of turning ON. (not sure if it turns on or not)

Texte:

I’ve been asked to repair an iphone 6 w/ no idea on what’s wrong with it. But here are the facts to far:

* The battery’s fine (sufficient voltage when tested with a multimeter)
* The device  draws a little less than 1amp when connected to a charger (but not charging indicator in the LCD).
* The device is recognized by my PC when tethered via USB (I am not sure if this indicate the device is running)
* The LCD never lit up at any time  during those above procedures.

So What I’m trying to find out is,  '''if  the LCD is the culprit''' (since the phone is detected by my PC, and the phone drawing about 0.88 amps when connected to a USB tester which is about the same current draw when charging a non fast charging phone. (normally 0 amp when the motherboard is faulty)[br]

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I hope somebody could shed some light here.

Appareil:

iPhone 6

Statut:

open