|Soldering #1 connector on logic board
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|Author:||brap999 [ Wed Feb 22, 2012 10:36 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Soldering #1 connector on logic board|
I have an old iphone 3gs, with the #1 connector on the motherboard missing. Normally it would be straight forward to solder a new connector on to it, however if you look at the attached photo you'll notice that some of the connection points are missing.
I'm more of a software guy than a electronics engineer, so this kind of repair is new to me. What is needed to be done to get the solder connection points back on the board?
I realize this may be more of a general pcb repair question, but I've been searching and I guess I just don't know exactly what to search for to the correct answer.
Any help from you hardware guys would be greatly appreciated
|Author:||justin-pbmedic [ Thu Feb 23, 2012 3:11 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Soldering #1 connector on logic board|
It wouldn't be feasible at that point to get it repaired. I'd just replace it.
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