iPhone X Won’t Turn On Repair – Thermal Imager Applied



Rosin and the freeze spray are the two commonly used and low-cost methods for faulty components locating when repairing logic boards. Still, you can use the Thermal Imager instead for more efficient repair work if the two methods become time-consuming. Check our video today and you will be surprised at how the Thermal Imager is used in iPhone X won’t turn on repair.

Tools Used:
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Integrated Mobile Phone Repair Platform: https://bit.ly/2JufevV
Electron Microscope – Type 1: https://bit.ly/2MReRda
5 in 1 Integrated Rework Station: https://bit.ly/2AVHlPa
Thermal Imager:https://bit.ly/2CMBFr0
Cutting Nipper:https://bit.ly/2szNpsC
LCD Opening Pliers: https://bit.ly/2T7UUSP
Solder Wick: https://bit.ly/2JxkleU
100g Solder Wire: https://bit.ly/2sAU9q8
Rosin Soldering Flux: https://bit.ly/2sJOKMB
Heat-resisting Adhesive Tape:https://bit.ly/2LlwxBg
Straight Tweezer: https://bit.ly/2JhKyP6
Curved Hook Tweezer: https://bit.ly/2sM1hPL
Soft Brush: https://bit.ly/2DsKlEz
Anti-static Plastic Pry Bar: https://bit.ly/2Lkky6W
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