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I broke the pcb near the do not remove sticker

Hi there! So I’m sure you can tell I’m a noob to repairing stuff after this. So, I was taking apart my iPhone 3G, and got almost through taking the screws out. Once I took all of the visible ones out, I proceeded to pull out the PCB. I didn’t remove the sticker that says do not remove :(, so I cracked the PCB right near the screw. What does this do? I’m kinda worried, but I don’t need this phone for cellular, I need it for CoD WaW Zombies haha.

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Difficult to assess the damage without a picture of the board. If you just broke the screw hole, you might be okay. But if your crack goes through one of the many lines (also called traces) that you can see on the board you will most likely have broken something on the board since that connection is gone.

Best way to check is to re-assemble the phone and test it again.

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yes, I did cack one of the traces, I've been examining it, and it appears its just where the phone makes contact with the silver rim for cellular connectivity as there's only 2 traces that go there. I thankfully didn't get the battery connectors there. Thanks so much for your help!


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Quinn Bellmore wird auf ewig dankbar sein.

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