Replaced iPad 2 EMC 2560 battery Now im stuck – looking for solution of iphone mobile

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Replaced iPad 2 EMC 2560 battery Now im stuck – looking for solution of iphone mobile

On January 25, 2015, Posted by , In iPhone, With Comments Off on Replaced iPad 2 EMC 2560 battery Now im stuck – looking for solution of iphone mobile

I am an experienced repair tech Along with almost 4 years in the mobile device repair field. Enough about me.


I had a customer come in wanting a new battery put in her iPad 2. I removed the screen, lcd, disconnected all cables, removed 3 screws from the motherboard, and lifted the board out. I then removed the battery. I reassembled the tablet as it should be and I did not get any life from the board. I tried the power button as well as plugging it in. I removed the battery and plugged it in again. It powered on so I ordered a new battery. When the new one got here, I once again installed the battery. I still get no life from the board and now it wont power on plugged in Along without a battery either.

Any ideas?

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  1. julianz says:

    I take it you checked for voltages on the board, and the battery?

  2. TechGuru says:

    I have 3.7v at the battery. I do not know where to check for current at the board. On the tabs that make contact Along with the battery?

    I have once again removed the battery and got the ipad to display the apple logo but when i put in back on the battery, it does nothing

  3. ExpertBuddy says:

    I am an experienced repair tech Along with almost 4 years in the mobile device repair field

    I do not know where to check for current at the board

    title=embarrasment title=eek!

  4. TechWorld says:

    Thaks for your rude comment there. I am an experienced tech in part replacement. I do not get to diagnosing the motherboard. I found the terminals. I just asked before looking.

    Now back to my problem.

    I can get the board to function if I do not plug the daughterboard Along with the camera, power button, and headphones jack on it. If I plug it in the board dies and becomes unresponsive. If i unplug it, it is in dfu mode and I can restore it to get it working. Unless i plug the board back in.

    I am going to replace that board but wanted to now if anyone else has came across this same sort of issue

  5. TechGuru says:

    Bumping for some to be helped