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That would be the charging IC chip at fault. I don't really have much information on how to fix it but it requires heating at a certain temperature to take it out of the logic board and replace with a new one without damaging the logic board components around it. It's best to take it to someone that is experienced in doing these kinds of repairs.
That would be the charging IC chip at fault. I don't really have much information on how to fix it but it requires heating at a certain temperature to take it out of the logic board and replace with a new one without damaging the logic board components around it. It's best to take it to someone that is experienced in doing these kinds of repairs.

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That would be the charging IC chip at fault. I don't really have much information on how to fix it but it requires heating at a certain temperature to take it out of the logic board and replace with a new one without damaging the logic board components around it.

Status:

open