iPhone 3G Headphone Jack Replacement
Replace a broken audio port in an iPhone 3G.
- Autore: iRobot
- Difficoltà: Difficile
No audio? Replace the headphone jack!
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Passo 1 — Headphone Jack ¶
Remove the two Phillips #00 screws securing the on/off switch to the front bezel.
Passo 2 ¶
Carefully peel up the orange ribbon cable from the rear case.
Passo 3 ¶
Remove the following 4 screws:
Three 1.8 mm Phillips #00 screws securing the headphone jack and GPS antenna to the rear case. Note the order in which you remove the screws, as the left one has a slightly larger head.
One 3.8 mm Phillips #00 screw in the plastic loop near the headphone jack.
Passo 4 ¶
Remove the four Phillips #00 screws securing the volume and mute switch.
The mute switch assembly screws should be tightened with the switch in the off position. Check the protrusion of the switch when turned on, since it may not stick out far enough to operate if the switch assembly is incorrectly positioned. (Check the gap between the switch frame and the bezel (white gap showing between the two screws near the 6). The screw on the far right is slightly longer than the other 3 screws. When reassembling the phone, keep this in mind.
Passo 5 ¶
Passo 6 ¶
Carefully lift the headphone jack assembly out of the iPhone.
Switch the green mute switch down (towards the back side of the iPhone) into mute position. This will make it much easier to insert it, once the new mute button is in place.