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Thread: Inside the iPhone = Cables

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    Default Inside the iPhone = Cables
    Does anyone know what each numbered cable is for?

    When I opened my iPhone to replace the battery I noticed when I was putting it back together cable number 1 doesn't stick down properly..

    I stick it down and I think it pops back out when I close my iPhone screen..

    Now my sensor doesn't work when I am in a call (Turns screen off)

    Is cable number 1 for the sensor and how could I get it to stay stuck down?

    Thanks for reply!

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    #1 = LCD

    #2 = Digitizer

    #3 = Proximity sensor and earpiece

    #4 = Headphone jack assembly + flex cable

    #5 = GPS unit

    #6 = Dock Assembly


    You have to have the screen assembly pretty "closed" to the phone when you pop #1 back on or it will pop right back out. And if your proximity sensor doesnt work, you screwed up #3 cable.

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    Hmm.. Cable 3 is the cable you slide under the little piece and click the little tab down.. I'm sure I put it in correctly, unless I put it in too far o_o.. Thanks for the help , Any idea how to get cable 1 to stay down?

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    ^As cpjr said, you just have to do it when it's pretty closed and close it quickly thereafter. It may take a try or two, but you should know when you get it.
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    ^Yup.

    And for #3, I hope you know there is a small "clasp" that pivots 90' up before you remove the cable....if you pull the cable out without doing so...you probably screwed the cable up.

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    Yes I did notice the little clasp that pivots.. I just wonder if I either pushed the cable in too far/not enough ;/?

    I now can't seem to get the earpiece to work.. ;/.. The sensor sort of works I can't press any buttons when my ear is over the sensor but I can't hear anything in the ear piece.. ;//// No point in having a phone if the earpiece don't work..
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    You cant "put it in too far".

    If you broke the earpiece/proximity sensor cable....its really cheap to buy the part and fairly easy to replace. This cable is #3.

    You can nab one off ebay for probably $10.

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    Thanks.. I'll buy a new one.. I just testing something and when someone rings me they say it sounds like the phone is in water.. o_o.. I didn't drop it in water though..

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    did u find the part i have the same problem u do and i cant find it

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    You need a proximity sensor cable. You can find them on ebay.

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    primewish, I'll pm you a link to one.

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    damm, wish I could of know this sooner, I also ruined my proximity sensor cable but I tought I damaged the sensor. I pulled out the cable without popping up the little plastic. I just ordered a complete screen repacement for 80 bucks.Is it hard to replace cable #3?

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    what does flex cable number 6 do? where can i buy to replace it? thanks

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    It is your wifi...check ebay or I may have a few
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    what happened if that flex cable 6 got cut off. i my case, i still can connect to wifi. do i need to replace it? thanks

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    If it is functioning properly I would say no. All it is is an antenna cable for the wifi.
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    mine was glued in by the po. it was a used phone. my screen isnt responsive, and when it was working the screen would shut off from time to time. i took apart the iphone to try an fix it.. now the screen is unresponsive. but i swear everything that came off went back on correct. could my fingers have stubbed something up wrong?

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    By saying your screen is unresponsive do you mean the Digitizer(touch panel) or the LCD
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    the lcd id black. like its off.

    seems bricked honestly. ive dealt with that before. lol

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    Last edited by iPoGo; 12-28-2009 at 10:19 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Have you tried a hard reset yet?
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