Solder On, Repair Community!

In the cell phone repair industry, micro soldering is an important skill to have. With devices shrinking in size, certain repairs have become more advanced as more components are soldered to the logic board. This hasn’t stopped repair shop technicians from diving in and perfecting these repair skills. Many of these techniques can be learned at a cell phone repair training school, on YouTube, or by attending professional training courses taught by the experts at BEST Soldering school.

On Board Repair Parts eTech Parts

To meet the demand for these cell phone repair parts and equipment, we’re increasing our selection of on-board replacement parts for iPhone and iPad! Check out our list below to see what we have to offer. And if there’s anything missing that you’d like to see at eTech Parts, let us know and we’ll keep them in stock for you.

Have you mastered the fine art of micro soldering? Or are you just getting started on the path to advanced repairs? Either way, we’d love to hear about your experience – share your thoughts in the comments section below!

 

On Board Replacement Parts for iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus

 

On Board Replacement Parts for iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c

 

On Board Replacement Parts for iPhone 4/4S

 

On-Board Replacement Parts for iPad

 

On-Board Replacement Parts for Samsung Devices

 

NOTE: These replacement parts require advanced micro soldering techniques to properly function. Repairs using these parts should only be performed by a skilled and seasoned technician. If you are not skilled in the fine art of micro soldering, give us a call and we’ll direct you to an eTech-approved technician who can help you!

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