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-iPhone '''3GS''' (that I know of) do not always required a replaced LCD to fix the back light. There is a coil called the 6r8 coil that is an extremely small component on the logic board, that tends to break, and require re soldering fixing.
+iPhone '''3GS''' (that I know of) do not always required a replaced LCD to fix the back light. There is a coil called the '''6r8 coil''' that is an extremely ''small'' component on the ''logic board'', that tends to break, and requires'' re-soldering'' to fix.
-Other than this and on most other versions I am sure a simply LCD replace WOULD fix the problem, although I have just started fixing mobile phones, so I am not 100% as of yet on everything.
+Other than this and on most other versions I am sure a simply LCD replace '''''MAY''''' fix the problem, although I have just started fixing mobile phones, so I am not 100% as of yet on everything.
Good luck

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Post originale di: Christopher Leah ,

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iPhone '''3GS''' (that I know of) do not always required a  replaced LCD to fix the back light. There is a coil called the 6r8 coil that is an extremely small component on the logic board, that tends to break, and require re soldering fixing.

Other than this and on most other versions I am sure a simply LCD replace WOULD fix the problem, although I have just started fixing mobile phones, so I am not 100% as of yet on everything.

Good luck

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