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Released September 25, 2015. Model A1688/A1633. Repair of this device is similar to previous generations, requiring screwdrivers and prying tools. Available as GSM or CDMA / 16, 32, 64, or 128 GB / Silver, Gold, Space Gray, or Rose Gold options.

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Anyone know what this part in 6s PCB is called? broke off.

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What is that white part called? need a new one for a 6s pcb i bought water damaged and someone had almost broken it off and it falled off when I was on my way home with it..

Its something with the charging/power, phone dosent start by it self with batteri in, goes to apple loggo then black and a white line. if i plugg in the charger it starts fine and works good and can be unplugged.

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This is designator FLDIP_RF (PN#LFD21829MMV1D889). It has nothing to do with the power/charge of the phone; it is a signal filter and only affects signal reception. It must be replaced but your charging problems are elsewhere.

Have you done a proper decontamination of the logic board? If so, then start testing your main voltage rails (PP_BATT_VAA, PP_VCC_MAIN, PP5V0_USB) to see if they are shorted. Then apply power to see if they have the proper voltages. If they don't then you need to test the secondary rails generated by PMIC and the U_PMU_RF.

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Thank for the fast anser! I really need to fix a program with all those stuff in. No I haven't yet, only cleaned it from the water damage and tested it with new screen, battery and charging port. Thanks for all the info! really want to learn more about these stuff, what program/usb dongel does you use to find those info?


I just looked at a pdf version of the schematic that's widely available on the net. ZXW is a "paid-for" program that is well worth it if you plan on doing logic board repairs though.


Oh, searched alot but diden't find any good one. Can you link to that one you looked on? Thanks!


We don't share schematics on this Forum. However, follow this search on Google and you will easily find them. There are also sites like Union Repair that sell them.


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