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2014年9月19日に発売されたこの4.7インチ画面のiPhoneは、iPhone 6 Plusの小型バージョンモデルです。モデル番号はA1549、A1586、A1589で識別できます。

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Tools to repair systemboard.

Hi!

Today I read a very good text from JULIA BLUFF talking about iPhone 6 Plus touch problems.

My question is:

Does anyone knows what tools Jessa use to repair those boards? Like microscope brand and model, solder iron brand and model, hot air station brand and model?

Regards!

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Hi andre, at the bottom of the description of this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PaxtbIL... you can see all the equipment.

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Amscope is pretty much it for decent scopes. There are more than a few models but Amscope is what most use.

She uses Hakko solder and hot air tools. They are good but I use X-Tronic since they are about half the price of Hakko. Weller makes good stuff, Aoyue has a strong following as well.

I also highly recommend the iPhone micro soldering test kit from iFixit. Tons of tiny pieces to play around with and not risk frying something expensive.

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Thank you! It help me a lot! I will start buying Amscope and then I will see hot air tools since those tools are all very expensive. Regards!

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Always practice on a broken logicboard as when i 1st started i had a cheap air gun and cheap soldering gun and i ended up burning off the pads behind the chip connectors and that was down to the heat so i got all the proper equipment then practiced on a smd diy clock that i built then onto broken logicboards and now im loving it but its all down to practice, good luck

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You are right. Practice is the most important thing. In second place good tools. But I see that Jessa uses a USD 2000+ hot air station! I can't afford it! But I guess It can be done with not so expensive tools.

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andre さん、ありがとうございました!
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