I started getting the moisture / debris error on my LG G6 and after some time it had gone away after I received the part. I also had ordered a replacement battery as the phone was a few years old, and the specs indicated it was either a 3200 mah or 3000 mah battery. I ordered a 3600 mah battery.
Yesterday evening I decided to finally install the replacement battery. After getting it open I also decided to replace the charging port. Everything went according to plan, and after turning the phone back on everything seemed to work ok. Note: The original battery in the phone was apparently a 3800 mah battery which after removing was someone warped. I ended up puting the 3600 mah battery in anyway since it was 3-years old.
This morning however I went to check the audio, and there was none. The audio I did not think to check the previous evening. I figured it was possibly the charging port that was the culprit, however after reinstalling the old one I still had no audio.
I made sure the two contacts were lining up with the speaker card, however still no luck. I then used a microscope and then a monocular and found that one of the pins were bent backwards which is probably why the speaker wasn’t working (not getting contact (I will try to post some pictures of the repair I did)). After bending the post back and puting the phone back together, the sound worked.
I saw some other posts online regarding the replacement charging port not matching up, and also having poor mic audio … so I ended up leaving the original charging port in the phone (I used the microscope to check the part number of the microscope, and they didn’t match with what I purchased online as a replacement).
I am not sure if this is still an issue for you, but if it is … maybe you had the same problem I did.
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