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Versione corrente di: Skye Anderson ,

Titolo:

Accessory fan damaged my iPad?

Testo:

Hello. I got a lightning accessory fan from Dave and busters. I have migraines so I figured it was perfect to aim directly at my head since it really helps. I used it with my iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone XS Max with no issues.  Well,surprise surprise,my iPad Air 2 stopped powering it within 5 minutes. It won’t charge now. I wish I knew the brand of the fan so I could go after them. [br]

But in the meantime,I do have microsoldering skills and good equipment(hakko fx 888d,quick 861dw,amscope sm something). But I gave up soldering a while ago. I don’t know a whole lot about iPhone circuits off the top of my head. But I think it’s likely Tristar.

Do you guys think I’m right? Before I delve into troubleshooting and opening the iPad(which I dread opening so much!),do you guys agree it’s likely this? Has anyone here personally had this type of thing happen with stupid ******* accessories? Does the Tigris circuit have anything to do with powering accessories? [br]

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m not asking for plz bro solutions. I’m just curious if anyone has had this experience before.

Thank you.[br]

[br]

Dispositivo:

iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

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Post originale di: Skye Anderson ,

Titolo:

Accessory fan damaged my iPad?

Testo:

Hello. I got a lightning accessory fan from Dave and busters. I have migraines so I figured it was perfect to aim directly at my head since it really helps. I used it with my iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone XS Max with no issues.  Well,surprise surprise,my iPad Air 2 stopped powering it within 5 minutes. It won’t charge now. I wish I knew the brand of the fan so I could go after them. [br]

But in the meantime,I do have microsoldering skills and good equipment(hakko fx 888d,quick 861dw,amscope sm something). But I gave up soldering a while ago. I don’t know a whole lot about iPhone circuits off the top of my head. But I think it’s likely Tristar.

Do you guys think I’m right? Before I delve into troubleshooting and opening the iPad(which I dread opening so much!),do you guys agree it’s likely this? Has anyone here personally had this type of thing happen with stupid ******* accessories? Does the Tigris circuit have anything to do with powering accessories? [br]

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m not asking for plz bro solutions. I’m just curious if anyone has had this experience before.

Thank you.[br]

[br]

Dispositivo:

iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi

Stato:

open