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iPhone 4s missed two components near battery connector – need accurate way for iphone issue solution

On January 27, 2015, Posted by , In iPhone, With Comments Off on iPhone 4s missed two components near battery connector – need accurate way for iphone issue solution

Hi guys I want your to be helped, ive tried to solder the battery connector but ive missed/broken two components. I think they are 2 diodes but im not sure.
Could you to be helped me to identify the correct component and can you tell me where i can purchase them?


Now i can power on the iPhone only when its in charge.

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Thank you all

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  1. newComer says:

    Ive found the schema for the iPhone 4s and that components are two capacitors C294 and C295. Where can i purchase these capacitors?

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  2. TechWorld says:

    what problem in your phone,,,
    i think capacitor are no rizen of any problem
    they create problem if short
    butt no problem if removed

  3. newComer says:
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    chand_gee
    what problem in your phone,,,
    i think capacitor are no rizen of any problem
    they create problem if short
    butt no problem if removed

    The first problem was the battery connector that ive tried to resolder but during the soldering ive removed the capacitors. Now i can turn on the iPhone only when its connected to the power adapter, no signs of life only Along with battery and no battery indicator on screen.

    Thank you for your reply!

  4. TechGuru says:

    Remove the capacitors, and resolder the battery connector, use plenty of flux, im sure it will solve your problem.

  5. Wela says:
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    dog68
    Remove the capacitors, and resolder the battery connector, use plenty of flux, im sure it will solve your problem.

    Thank you guy, Ill try and Ill post the result.

  6. julianz says:

    Your problem is not on the capacitors but on the fuses near those capacitors. Check if you have continuity on those two components.

  7. ExpertBuddy says:
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    laptopmd
    Your problem is not on the capacitors but on the fuses near those capacitors. Check if you have continuity on those two components.

    Which fuses? Could you show me?

  8. ExpertBuddy says:
    Quote:
    laptopmd
    Your problem is not on the capacitors but on the fuses near those capacitors. Check if you have continuity on those two components.

    Which fuses? Could you show me?

  9. ExpertBuddy says:

    Sorry i said fuses but they are 0ohm resistors, but they act as fuses.

    This is the components :

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  10. TechWorld says:
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    laptopmd
    Sorry i said fuses but they are 0ohm resistors, but they act as fuses.

    This is the components :

    Attachment 330437

    Ill try. Thank you for your suggestion!

  11. TechGuru says:
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    laptopmd
    Sorry i said fuses but they are 0ohm resistors, but they act as fuses.

    This is the components :

    Attachment 330437

    Ive checked all connections from the logic board battery pins to fuses/capacitors on the scheme and all work correctly. Ive also removed the capacitors like that Ive broken like suggested before Along without success.
    The iPhone still turns on only Along with the power adapter, no signs of life/battery indicator only Along with battery.
    Do you have any other suggestion?

  12. newComer says:

    have you found a solution for this? Im on the same boat

  13. TechWorld says:

    @calamar0 : when you turn on the phone using the charger, it stay on or reboot ?

    If stay on, when you press the power button does it react ? (screen off, screen on, etc.)

  14. julianz says:
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    laptopmd
    @calamar0 : when you turn on the phone using the charger, it stay on or reboot ?

    If stay on, when you press the power button does it react ? (screen off, screen on, etc.)

    Yes it works perfectly except the battery percentage that is ever at 100%. It seems like it doesnt recognize the battery.
    Like Ive said before its very strange because Ive tried only to resolder the battery connector, before that moment the iPhone has worked fine.

    Thank you man for your support

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