iPhone 3GS Audio Jack Flex Replacement includes power button, mute switch and volume button functions
The part responsible for sound from the earphones is a flexible circuit board cable that also controls the power button, the mute switch and the volume control.
If any of these stops functioning, we need to replace the entire flex circuit.
Symptoms that require an Audio Flex Cable Replacement are:
- No sound through earpiece and no microphone, but sound works through headphones (this happens when the headphone jack is telling the iphone that headphones are plugged in even when they aren't)
- Volume control not functioning.
- Mute switch not functioning.
- Power button not functioning but you can still turn iphone on by plugging in charge cable.
- No sound from headphones or sound from one ear only. ( check headphones first and also check mono audio in settings> accessibility )
This part may also need replacing if water has entered the headphone jack, or if your iphone sound will only work on speaker mode.
Replacing this part is a delicate operation that requires approximately 1 hour.
We are located in Logan City, Brisbane.
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