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    Default Looking for full pcb layout of iphone 3g

    jo guys.
    i have an iphone 3g wich does not charge anymore. (a problem with ltc4088).

    i already found the full schematics. now i want to know where all the transistors, resistors, etc are really placed at.

    so i am looking for a full pcb layout with all components on it!
    already googled for a few hours... but all i found was the pcb layout with description of the big chips only....

    some1 help me.

    + another question. what is the best way to remove the cover of the ltc4088?



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    what is the best way to remove this cover (the one i circled red)
    its 8 times solderd....



    my hot air gun is too big for this....
    need suggestions!

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    id like to know too... i have 2 iphones that wont charge.

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    here are full schematics MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

    under this cover there is a 0 ohm resistor that could destroyed and could solve charge problem if u solder it.
    in my case its not the resistor... its the ltc4088-2
    some1 knows where to this ltc?

    to remove the cover i used a cutoff wheel.

 

 

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