Diy Repair

How to fix a blown loud speaker on your iPhone 5

If your iPhone 5 doesn't produce any sound when you're playing music, receiving alerts, or talking on speakerphone, you could have a bad loud speaker. Symptoms could also include crackling sounds, distorted sound, or any other sound problem that only seems to happen when speakerphone is enabled. If you're out of warranty and want to attempt to repair your iPhone yourself in order to save some cash, follow along and we'll carefully walk you through each step!

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How to fix a broken vibrator in your iPhone 5

If the switch on your iPhone 5 seems to be working okay but the vibration feature just isn't working, it's possible that the vibrator motor itself is burnt out. Luckily, a DIY repair isn't terribly hard and will cost you a lot less cash than a brand new iPhone. Follow along for step by step instructions on how to replace it yourself.

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How to fix a broken earpiece on your iPhone 5

If you're having issues with the earpiece on your iPhone 5, there's a possibility it could need to be DIY repaired. Symptoms typically include low audio through the actual earpiece, crackling sounds, or no sound at all. If that sounds like something you're experiencing, your earpiece could be bad. Luckily, a DIY earpiece repair isn't terribly hard and can save you a ton of cash. So follow along and we'll walk you through from start to finish!

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How to replace a cracked or broken screen on an iPhone 5c

If you've managed to break the screen on your iPhone 5c and didn't opt for any kind of insurance, you've always got the option of doing a DIY repair yourself. If you've ever done an iPhone 5 screen repair, you shouldn't have too many issues with the iPhone 5c. There are a few differences however, so follow along and we'll walk you through from start to finish.

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How to fix a broken screen on an iPhone 5s

If you've broken the display on an iPhone 5s and you didn't opt for AppleCare+, you can always DIY repair it yourself if you feel up to the challenge. Whether you've cracked the glass or your LCD isn't functioning correctly, replacing the entire front assembly on the iPhone 5s will knock out both problems and get you back in working order in no time. The good news is, if you've replaced the screen on an iPhone 5 before, the iPhone 5s isn't too much different.

So if you're not covered by AppleCare, follow along and we'll get your iPhone 5s looking brand new again in no time.

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How to replace a cracked screen on an iPhone 4S

If you've cracked the screen on your iPhone 4S and didn't opt for AppleCare+ or insurance through your carrier, you can DIY repair the screen yourself. While it isn't the easiest repair to perform, it's definitely doable with the right parts and tools.

And we'll walk you through it every step of the way.

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How to fix the vibrator assembly in a Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4

If you've got a Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4 and the vibrate function has mysteriously stopped working, you may have a bad or burnt out vibrator assembly. If you're out of warranty and don't want to shell out the case for a replacement iPhone 4, a DIY repair is a lot less expensive. So if you've got a little bit of patience, follow along and we'll walk you through how to get your iPhone 4 in working order again.

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How to replace the speaker assembly in a Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4

If you've got a blown or distorted loud speaker or the bottom mic isn't working in your Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4, you may need to DIY replace the speaker assembly. Luckily, this is one of the easier repairs to perform on your own. It's also a lot cheaper than paying for a replacement if you're out of warranty.

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How to fix the proximity sensor cable on an iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G

If you're having issues with the proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, or earpiece speaker on your iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G, the proximity sensor cable may just be the actual culprit. Luckily, a proximity sensor cable is inexpensive and relatively easy to replace.

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