iPhone 6s Plus Lightning Connector and HeadphoneJack Repair Warning: You are performing this repair at your ownrisk We claim no responsibility for any damagesthat might occur To perform this DIY repair, you will needa – Small Phillips Screwdriver (Item # 5-0016,Available at www.

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Com) iPhone 5-Point Pentalobe Screwdriver (Item# 5-0769, Available at www.

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Com) iSesamo Opening Tool (Item # 5-1451, Availableat www.

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Com) Suction Cup (Item # 5-0020, Available at www.

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Com)Nylon Spudger (Item # 5-0022, Available at www.

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Com)Fine Tip Curved Tweezers (Item # 5-1370, Available at www.

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Com) Power down your iPhone 6s Plus.

Remove the two bottom Pentalobe screws locatednext to the lightning connector.

Place a suction cup near the home button andpull the display assembly away from the rear case.

Use the iSesamo opening tool to helpcarefully separate the display assembly from the rear case.

The display assembly is still connected tothe iPhone by several cables, so don’t try to remove it entirely just yet.

Remove the following 5 Phillips screws securingthe metal cover to the motherboard.

Now use the fine tip curved tweezers to disconnectthe LCD, digitizer and front camera and proximity sensor cables.

Remove the following 3 Phillips screws securingthe protective metal bracket in place.

With the metal bracket removed, disconnectthe Taptic Engine from the motherboard.

Remove the following 2 Phillips screws thatsecure the Taptic Engine to the rear case.

With the fine tip curved tweezers remove theiPhone 6s Plus Taptic Engine.

Remove the following 2 Phillips screws that secure the protective metal bracket in place.

Detach the Lightning Connector Assembly from the motherboard.

Remove the following 6 Phillips screws securing the iPhone 6s Plus loudspeaker to the rear case.

With the loudspeaker set aside, remove the following 5 Phillips screws that secure the Lightning Connector and Headphone Jack in place.

With assistance from the spudger, remove the Lightning Connector and Headphone Jack Assembly from the iPhone 6s Plus.

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