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hi guys im here to ask how hard would it be to repair the top connector thats on the motherboard for the screen


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If the connector itself is broken, the chances of you being able to repair it yourself are slim to none. I would suggest taking it to an authorized service provider.
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iOSx wroteIf the connector itself is broken, the chances of you being able to repair it yourself are slim to none. I would suggest taking it to an authorized service provider.


It's that I burnt it that's all
Btw it's the iPhone 6

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Yeah, there is no repairing that.
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It is 100% repairable by someone that can micro solder. If you have never micro soldered before take it to a 3rd party repair shop.
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nWasted wroteIt is 100% repairable by someone that can micro solder. If you have never micro soldered before take it to a 3rd party repair shop.


Microsoldering on an iPhone is a very bad idea. Could cause more damage, even though it's probably destroyed.
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don't bother at all its going to be hard
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Travis wrote
nWasted wroteIt is 100% repairable by someone that can micro solder. If you have never micro soldered before take it to a 3rd party repair shop.


Microsoldering on an iPhone is a very bad idea. Could cause more damage, even though it's probably destroyed.


It still works but I've seen tutorials on how to do it I just wanted to know if its hard.

I've soldered before because I have fixed TV's, consoles etc but I just wanted to know how hard it would be
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LIVER__BEST wrote
Travis wrote
nWasted wroteIt is 100% repairable by someone that can micro solder. If you have never micro soldered before take it to a 3rd party repair shop.


Microsoldering on an iPhone is a very bad idea. Could cause more damage, even though it's probably destroyed.


It still works but I've seen tutorials on how to do it I just wanted to know if its hard.

I've soldered before because I have fixed TV's, consoles etc but I just wanted to know how hard it would be



the points are going to be way too small to do it safely
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