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iPhone 1st Generation Headphone Jack Replacement

  • Auteur: iRobot
  • Difficulté: Très difficile

No audio? Replace the headphone jack!

Étape 1 Headphone Jack  ¶ 

Remove the three Phillips #00 screws securing the rear panel to the iPhone.

Étape 1 Headphone Jack  ¶ 

  • Remove the three Phillips #00 screws securing the rear panel to the iPhone.

Étape 2  ¶ 

Getting the iPhone open is a challenging feat, so don't get discouraged. Take a deep breath and make sure you have plenty of time to get the job done.

Étape 2  ¶ 

  • Getting the iPhone open is a challenging feat, so don't get discouraged. Take a deep breath and make sure you have plenty of time to get the job done.

  • The small square hole is the location to insert the dental pick in the next step.

  • Insert the pointed end of a heavy-duty spudger into the space between the gray metal bar and the rear panel. Pry the panel up enough until you can get the tip of the iPod opening tool into the seam between the front bezel and rear panel.

Étape 3  ¶ 

Start removing the rear panel on the side with the buttons.

Étape 3  ¶ 

  • Start removing the rear panel on the side with the buttons.

  • Slide the dental pick completely into the square hole. You may need to wiggle the tool and apply a good amount of force to get it to go all the way.

Étape 4  ¶ 

Pry up the rear panel by pulling the dental pick counterclockwise in a quick motion. Apply force perpendicular to the plane of the display assembly. You may be afraid to go fast, but going slowly is more likely to bend the case.

Étape 4  ¶ 

  • Pry up the rear panel by pulling the dental pick counterclockwise in a quick motion. Apply force perpendicular to the plane of the display assembly. You may be afraid to go fast, but going slowly is more likely to bend the case.

Étape 5  ¶ 

Use a spudger to free the rear panel from the iPhone along the corner and top.

Étape 5  ¶ 

  • Use a spudger to free the rear panel from the iPhone along the corner and top.

  • The rear panel is still attached to the iPhone by the headphone jack cable, so don't entirely remove the rear panel from the iPhone just yet.

Étape 6  ¶ 

Repeat the same procedure on the other side of the iPhone. Slide the dental pick completely into the square hole. You may need to wiggle the tool and apply a good amount of force to get it to go all the way.

Étape 6  ¶ 

  • Repeat the same procedure on the other side of the iPhone. Slide the dental pick completely into the square hole. You may need to wiggle the tool and apply a good amount of force to get it to go all the way.

Étape 7  ¶ 

Pry up the rear panel by pulling the dental pick counterclockwise in a quick motion. Apply force perpendicular to the plane of the display assembly. You may be afraid to go fast, but going slowly is more likely to bend the case.

Étape 7  ¶ 

  • Pry up the rear panel by pulling the dental pick counterclockwise in a quick motion. Apply force perpendicular to the plane of the display assembly. You may be afraid to go fast, but going slowly is more likely to bend the case.

  • The rear panel is still attached to the iPhone by the headphone jack cable, so don't entirely remove the rear panel from the iPhone just yet.

Étape 8  ¶ 

Make sure the phone is off before disconnecting the headphone jack cable.

Étape 8  ¶ 

  • Make sure the phone is off before disconnecting the headphone jack cable.

  • Use a spudger to disconnect the headphone jack cable from the logic board.

Étape 9  ¶ 

Remove the two Phillips #00 screws securing the on/off switch to the rear panel.

Étape 9  ¶ 

  • Remove the two Phillips #00 screws securing the on/off switch to the rear panel.

Étape 10  ¶ 

Remove the following 3 screws:

Étape 10  ¶ 

  • Remove the following 3 screws:

  • Two Phillips #00 screws securing the vibrator to the rear panel.

  • One larger head and longer Phillips #00 screw securing the headphone jack to the rear panel.

Étape 11  ¶ 

Grasp the metal screw plate attached to the on/off switch and lift slightly up and away from the rear panel. The button should come with the cable.

Étape 11  ¶ 

  • Grasp the metal screw plate attached to the on/off switch and lift slightly up and away from the rear panel. The button should come with the cable.

  • Gently peel up the on/off switch ribbon cable. Be sure to pull near where the ribbon cable is glued to the rear panel.

Étape 12  ¶ 

The headphone jack is slightly recessed into the rear panel. First slide the headphone jack away from its housing and then lift it up slightly (only 1/4 inch or 1/2 centimeter) so that it is no longer in the rear panel.

Étape 12  ¶ 

  • The headphone jack is slightly recessed into the rear panel. First slide the headphone jack away from its housing and then lift it up slightly (only 1/4 inch or 1/2 centimeter) so that it is no longer in the rear panel.

Étape 13  ¶ 

Grasp the headphone jack at the tip and gently lift up, pulling the vibrator out of the rear panel.

Étape 13  ¶ 

  • Grasp the headphone jack at the tip and gently lift up, pulling the vibrator out of the rear panel.

Étape 14  ¶ 

Remove the two Phillips #00 screws securing the silent/ring switch to the rear panel.

Étape 14  ¶ 

  • Remove the two Phillips #00 screws securing the silent/ring switch to the rear panel.

  • Pry off the metal backing with the screw holes and save for securing the replacement switch.

Étape 15  ¶ 

Grasp the silent/ring switch and lift it up to reveal the screw beneath.

Étape 15  ¶ 

  • Grasp the silent/ring switch and lift it up to reveal the screw beneath.

Étape 16  ¶ 

Remove the three Phillips #00 screws securing the volume switch to the rear panel.

Étape 16  ¶ 

  • Remove the three Phillips #00 screws securing the volume switch to the rear panel.

Étape 17  ¶ 

Lift the headphone jack assembly out of the rear panel.

Étape 17  ¶ 

  • Lift the headphone jack assembly out of the rear panel.