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Hey guys, just a question for some of you more experienced techs out there. I've had my first 3GS motherboard laying around for atleast a year now doing nothing. It...
04-01-2012, 11:52 PM #1
Damaged speaker port - iPhone 3GS
Hey guys, just a question for some of you more experienced techs out there. I've had my first 3GS motherboard laying around for atleast a year now doing nothing. It was the first phone I took apart when I originally started fixing iPhones. At the time I had no idea what I was doing and in the process of removing the screen I damaged the earpiece speaker port. Instead of flipping the door up on port 3 I ended up pulling the white ?tape? off and then the door fell off later. Is it a lost cause? Just curious because if there is a chance that it is repairable then I'd like to put it together and give it to my mother-in-law. This is just a bit out of my league since the port is damaged and I'm no expert on the logic board components and am not experienced enough in the microsurgery associated with attempting to repair them.
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