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Hey there! So you’ve covered pretty much every base possible with the Tigris and Tristar replacement and ensuring you have a good lightning charging port. The only thing I didn’t see you mention (and I’m sure you have already) was trying to swap out the battery. If you haven’t done this yet go ahead and try that out but if so let me know and I will continue to find another solution for you
 
I thought about it some more. I would ''test the battery connection on the board:''
 
* Turn the DMM to voltage (V-DC) with a 20 unit scale.
* Using the DMM (Multimeter) set the black probe on a ground location such as the SIM tray and place the red probe on the left-most battery terminal of the J connection on the board.
also was there any traces of the ground pad melting or too much heat coming from under the tristarTigris?
also was there any traces of the ground pad melting or too much heat coming from under the tristarTigris?

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Modifica di: Gary ,

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Hey there! So you’ve covered pretty much every base possible with the Tigris and Tristar replacement and ensuring you have a good lightning charging port. The only thing I didn’t see you mention (and I’m sure you have already) was trying to swap out the battery. If you haven’t done this yet go ahead and try that out but if so let me know and I will continue to find another solution for you
 
 
 
I thought about it some more. I would ''test the battery connection on the board:''
 
* Turn the DMM to voltage (V-DC) with a 20 unit scale.
* Using the DMM (Multimeter) set the black probe on a ground location such as the SIM tray and place the red probe on the left-most battery terminal of the J connection on the board.
also was there any traces of the ground pad melting or too much heat coming from under the tristar?

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Modifica di: Gary ,

Testo:

Hey there! So you’ve covered pretty much every base possible with the Tigris and Tristar replacement and ensuring you have a good lightning charging port. The only thing I didn’t see you mention (and I’m sure you have already) was trying to swap out the battery. If you haven’t done this yet go ahead and try that out but if so let me know and I will continue to find another solution for you
 
 
 
I thought about it some more. I would ''test the battery connection on the board:''
 
* Turn the DMM to voltage (V-DC) with a 20 unit scale.
* Using the DMM (Multimeter) set the black probe on a ground location such as the SIM tray and place the red probe on the left-most battery terminal of the J connection on the board.

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Modifica di: Gary ,

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Hey there! So you’ve covered pretty much every base possible with the Tigris and Tristar replacement and ensureingensuring you have a good lightning charging port. The only thing I didn’t see you mention (and I’m sure you have already) was trying to swap out the battery. If you haven’t done this yet go ahead and try that out but if so let me know and I will continue to find another solution for you
Hey there! So you’ve covered pretty much every base possible with the Tigris and Tristar replacement and ensureingensuring you have a good lightning charging port. The only thing I didn’t see you mention (and I’m sure you have already) was trying to swap out the battery. If you haven’t done this yet go ahead and try that out but if so let me know and I will continue to find another solution for you

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Post originale di: Gary ,

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Hey there!  So you’ve covered pretty much every base possible with the Tigris and Tristar replacement and ensureing you have a good lightning charging port.  The only thing I didn’t see you mention (and I’m sure you have already) was trying to swap out the battery.  If you haven’t done this yet go ahead and try that out but if so let me know and I will continue to find another solution for you

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