1. ravsmeden's Avatar
    I've been very unlucky to have dropped my phone, and Nokia won't help me at all fixing it.
    Two SMD components (I believe it's a resistor and a capacitor) have fallen of what i believe is the internal power Circuit.
    The phone is now completely unresponsive.

    I would like to try and fix this myself. Can anybody help me figure out what excact components are missing?
    Here are a few pictures of the damaged area
    wp_20140831_12_48_58_pro2.jpg
    wp_20140902_20_30_19_pro-1.jpg

    It would be a shame to throw out a phone, which can be fixed with components worth 1p.

    Thank you
    Br Thomas
    09-04-2014 12:57 AM
  2. carkifelek's Avatar
    Youre absolutely right. These are very small components and can easily be replaced. However, the values of these SMD components is very crucial towards the phones actual revival and for that, a closer look is required. It is evident that this is a small power circuit. If you could read the name of the IC, we can then try to reverse engineer the circuit and by comparing the circuit with the application note of the IC, we might eventually find the type and value of these components.
    02-03-2015 11:20 AM

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