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Getting hot when battery is connected

Texto:

My wife dropped her phone in water, quickly retrieved it and powered it down. I took the phone apart and let it sit for 3 days to dry.

Now when I put it back together, it will turn on, but gets very hot in the lower right side (same side as sim card).

I tried 2 other batteries, but had the same issue. Phone turns on, works fine, gets really hot after 1-2 minutes and shuts down (I assume because of overheating).

I disconnected everything from the logic board and only plugged in the battery, and the logic board still gets hot. Seems to be starting in the covered L-shaped area next to the battery connector (area with the Texas Instruments 343S0499 Touch Screen Controller & 36MY1EE NOR and mobile DDR).

Does this mean that she needs a new logic board, or is there anything else I should try?

dispositivo:

iPhone 4

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

177045

Postagem original de: Eric ,

Título:

Getting hot when battery is connected

Texto:

My wife dropped her phone in water, quickly retrieved it and powered it down. I took the phone apart and let it sit for 3 days to dry.

Now when I put it back together, it will turn on, but gets very hot in the lower right side (same side as sim card).

I tried 2 other batteries, but had the same issue. Phone turns on, works fine, gets really hot after 1-2 minutes and shuts down (I assume because of overheating).

I disconnected everything from the logic board and only plugged in the battery, and the logic board still gets hot. Seems to be starting in the covered L-shaped area next to the battery connector (area with the Texas Instruments 343S0499 Touch Screen Controller & 36MY1EE NOR and mobile DDR).

Does this mean that she needs a new logic board, or is there anything else I should try?

dispositivo:

iPhone 4

Status:

open