Iphone dont charge after housing replacement

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by Fady00, Dec 3, 2014.

  1. Fady00 macrumors newbie

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    Hi!
    Replaced my Iphone back housing and now my Iphone dont charge.
    After assembling i noticed that my Iphone Ohly charged when the inserting one side of the lightning cable. If I turned the lightning head it wouldn't charge. My iPad charges just fine with both ends and so did my Iphone before housing replacement. I opened the phone again and checked the lightning thing and now it won't charge or be recognized my my computer but I can start the phone.

    My question is that there is four rings under the lightning contact and I lost one of them are they important for the port to work?

    Did I damage anything or get a new port to replace?

    Please help feeling like a failure, I was extra careful when replacing the housing and everything went great please help.
     
  2. Fady00 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I forgot to say that when the phone is off and I plug in the USB the iPhone boots up but don't charge

    Please hekp
     
  3. rajaal77 macrumors newbie

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    Try rechecking all the ribbons and logic board inputs for apparent damage, take both a soft bristled toothbrush and compressed air to all the logic board inputs and ribbon inputs, and take both brush/air to both the Lightning Wire input and the Lightning Wire cable input and metal encasing. As an added measure, you can deinstall the battery, then attempt a boot using the external power source via your Lightning Wire.

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    Doing the latter could eliminate logic board/ribbon connectors problems or prove a faulty and/or dead battery.
     
  4. Fady00 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hi!
    I changed the whole charging assembley and it is now fully working.

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    Thank you very much for replying
     

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