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Текущая версия: Ron Davis ,

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If you can push on it and temporarily resolve the problem, it sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace. If it is either of these problems, buying a new socket isn't really going to help the problem and will only add unnecessary work. Prior to buying a new socket, try reflowing the solder on the existing socket. Perhaps add a little more solder if there doesn't appear to be enough to hold the socket properly.
 
Remove the motherboard from the phone. Clean the board around the socket and solder joints good with Isopropyl alcohol that is at least 95% pure (or as close as you can get to that). Flux is your best friend for this type of work. It pulls the contaminants away from the joint and existing solder. It is the contaminants that prevent proper heating during the soldering process. Apply flux to all the solder joints of the socket and reapply as necessary to each pin. As you work your way around the socket, heat the joint until you see the solder "wet", then remove the soldering iron from the pin. Clean the flux off the board and socket with either isopropyl alcohol or water depending on the type of flux you used.
 
If it is a bad trace, carefully clean the "shellac" (coating) off the copper trace on either side of the break. Use a silver [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Trace-Tech-Conductive-Pen/IF317-054|traceproduct|IF317-054|trace pen|new_window=true] to connect the 2 ends. Test. After you are satisfied that the trace is repaired, use an [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Trace-Tech-Overcoat-Pen/IF317-055|overcoat pen|new_window=true] or a small amount of clear fingernail polish to cover the exposed trace so nothing can short it in the future.
If it is a bad trace, carefully clean the "shellac" (coating) off the copper trace on either side of the break. Use a silver [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Trace-Tech-Conductive-Pen/IF317-054|traceproduct|IF317-054|trace pen|new_window=true] to connect the 2 ends. Test. After you are satisfied that the trace is repaired, use an [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Trace-Tech-Overcoat-Pen/IF317-055|overcoat pen|new_window=true] or a small amount of clear fingernail polish to cover the exposed trace so nothing can short it in the future.

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Отредактировано: Ron Davis ,

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It sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace ifIf you can push on it and temporarily resolve the problemproblem, it sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace. If it is either of these problemsproblems, buying a new socket isn't really going to help the problem and will only add unnecessary work. Prior to buying a new socket. Trysocket, try reflowing the solder on the existing socket, perhapssocket. Perhaps add a little more solder if there doesn't appear to be enough to hold the socket properly.
It sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace ifIf you can push on it and temporarily resolve the problemproblem, it sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace. If it is either of these problemsproblems, buying a new socket isn't really going to help the problem and will only add unnecessary work. Prior to buying a new socket. Trysocket, try reflowing the solder on the existing socket, perhapssocket. Perhaps add a little more solder if there doesn't appear to be enough to hold the socket properly.
 
Remove the motherboard from the phone. Clean the board around the socket and solder joints good with Isopropyl alcohol that is at least 95% pure (or as close as you can get to that). Flux is your best friend for this type of work. It pulls the contaminatescontaminants away from the joint and existing solder. It is the contaminatescontaminants that prevent proper heating during the soldering process. Apply flux to all the solder joints of the socket,socket and reapply as necessary to each pin aspin. As you work your way around the socket heatingsocket, heat the joint tilluntil you see the solder "wet", then remove the soldering iron from the pin. Clean the flux off the board and socket with either isoisopropyl alcohol or water depending on the type of flux you used.
Remove the motherboard from the phone. Clean the board around the socket and solder joints good with Isopropyl alcohol that is at least 95% pure (or as close as you can get to that). Flux is your best friend for this type of work. It pulls the contaminatescontaminants away from the joint and existing solder. It is the contaminatescontaminants that prevent proper heating during the soldering process. Apply flux to all the solder joints of the socket,socket and reapply as necessary to each pin aspin. As you work your way around the socket heatingsocket, heat the joint tilluntil you see the solder "wet", then remove the soldering iron from the pin. Clean the flux off the board and socket with either isoisopropyl alcohol or water depending on the type of flux you used.
 
If it is a bad tracetrace, carefully clean the "shellac" (coating) off the copper trace on either side of the break. Use a silver trace pen[https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Trace-Tech-Conductive-Pen/IF317-054|trace pen|new_window=true] to connect the 2 ends. Test. After you are satisfied that the trace is repairedrepaired, use a small amount of clear fingernail polish to cover the exposed trace so nothing can short it in the future.
If it is a bad tracetrace, carefully clean the "shellac" (coating) off the copper trace on either side of the break. Use a silver trace pen[https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Trace-Tech-Conductive-Pen/IF317-054|trace pen|new_window=true] to connect the 2 ends. Test. After you are satisfied that the trace is repairedrepaired, use a small amount of clear fingernail polish to cover the exposed trace so nothing can short it in the future.

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Отредактировано: ABCellars ,

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It sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace if you can push on it and temporarily resolve the problem. If it is either of these problems buying a new socket isn't really going to help the problem and only add unnecessary work. Prior to buying a new socket. Try reflowing the solder on the existing socket, perhaps add a little more solder if there doesn't appear to be enough to hold the socket properly.
 
Remove the motherboard from the phone. Clean the board around the socket and solder joints to the goodgood with Isopropyl alcohol that is at least 95% purepure (or as close as you can get to that). Flux is your best friend for this type of work. It pulls the contaminates away from the joint and existing solder. It is the contaminates that prevent proper heating during the soldering process. Apply flux to all the solder joints of the socket, reapply as necessary to each pin as you work your way around the socket heating the joint till you see the solder "wet", then remove the soldering iron from the pin. Clean the flux off the board and socket with either iso or water depending on the type of flux you used.
Remove the motherboard from the phone. Clean the board around the socket and solder joints to the goodgood with Isopropyl alcohol that is at least 95% purepure (or as close as you can get to that). Flux is your best friend for this type of work. It pulls the contaminates away from the joint and existing solder. It is the contaminates that prevent proper heating during the soldering process. Apply flux to all the solder joints of the socket, reapply as necessary to each pin as you work your way around the socket heating the joint till you see the solder "wet", then remove the soldering iron from the pin. Clean the flux off the board and socket with either iso or water depending on the type of flux you used.
 
If it is a bad trace carefully clean the "shellac" (coating) off the copper trace on either side of the break. Use a silver trace pen to connect the 2 ends. Test. After you are satisfied that the trace is repaired use a small amount of clear fingernail polish to cover the exposed trace so nothing can short it in the future.

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Оригинальный сообщение: ABCellars ,

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It sounds like a bad solder joint or broken trace if you can push on it and temporarily resolve the problem. If it is either of these problems buying a new socket isn't really going to help the problem and only add unnecessary work. Prior to buying a new socket. Try reflowing the solder on the existing socket, perhaps add a little more solder if there doesn't appear to be enough to hold the socket properly.

Remove the motherboard from the phone. Clean the board around the socket and solder joints to the  good with Isopropyl alcohol that is at least 95% pure. Flux is your best friend for this type of work. It pulls the contaminates away from the joint and existing solder. Apply flux to all the solder joints of the socket, reapply as necessary to each pin as you work your way around the socket heating the joint till you see the solder "wet", then remove the soldering iron from the pin. Clean the flux off the board and socket with either iso or water depending on the type of flux you used.

If it is a bad trace carefully clean the "shellac" (coating) off the copper trace on either side of the break. Use a silver trace pen to connect the 2 ends. Test. After you are satisfied that the trace is repaired use a small amount of clear fingernail polish to cover the exposed trace so nothing can short it in the future.

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