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How to fix dropped in the Toilet iPhone! (check the images)

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Hi

I dropped my phone into the toilet and after one month I disassembled the device and using a multimeter tried to check which component is not working. I might be new to these stuff, but when the battery is connected the current should flow into the wires and connectors but I was getting 0.648 mA and dropped to 0.

I have tried another crazy thing, I thought the battery might be dead so I removed it and I connected the phone "without the battery" to a charger (I used a battery charger and not a wall charger to avoid any disaster) and looked for the current in different components of the device and I've got the same result.

So I reassembled the device and voila it turned on (it wasn't working at all) but as you can see in the pictures, nothing was happening.

The question is, what part|s of the device I should change so it will start working again?

Thanks in advance

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Titolo:

How to fix dropped in the Toilet iPhone! (check the images)

Testo:

Hi
 
I dropped my phone into the toilet and after one month I disassembled the device and using a multimeter tried to check which component is not working. I might be new to these stuff, but when the battery is connected the current should flow into the wires and connectors but I was getting 0.648 mA and dropped to 0.
 
I have tried another crazy thing, I thought the battery might be dead so I removed it and I connected the phone "without the battery" to a charger (I used a battery charger and not a wall charger to avoid any disaster) and looked for the current in different components of the device and I've got the same result.
 
So I reassembled the device and voila it turned on (it wasn't working at all) but as you can see in the pictures, nothing was happening.
 
The question is, what part|s of the device I should change so it will start working again?
 
Thanks in advance
 
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https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/TRhJHHULwJPuyMQQ
 
https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/PEMrY3n1GwtTcrYk
 
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Dispositivo:

iPhone 5s

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Post originale di: Mohammad ,

Titolo:

How to fix dropped in the Toilet iPhone! (check the images)

Testo:

Hi

I dropped my phone into the toilet and after one month I disassembled the device and using a multimeter tried to check which component is not working. I might be new to these stuff, but when the battery is connected the current should flow into the wires and connectors but I was getting 0.648 mA and dropped to 0.

I have tried another crazy thing, I thought the battery might be dead so I removed it and I connected the phone "without the battery" to a charger (I used a battery charger and not a wall charger to avoid any disaster) and looked for the current in different components of the device and I've got the same result.

So I reassembled the device and voila it turned on (it wasn't working at all) but as you can see in the pictures, nothing was happening.

The question is, what part|s of the device I should change so it will start working again?

Thanks in advance

Dispositivo:

iPhone 5s

Stato:

open