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Temperature Warning ⚠️

(Topic created on: 12-07-2021 03:15 PM)
meep
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phones not covered by warranty so I had to replace the screen myself.

After reassembling and starting to charge the battery whilst checking to make sure everything functions as it should I get a temperature warning indicator. Is this related to the processor or the battery? 

Would like to know before I glue down the battery and the back glass.

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meep
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Also. There is something that fits in the hole under the front facing camera (photo 3) and sits up against the back of the display. I think its one of these chips in photo 1 and 2. (likely 2). It had what I thought at the time was loads if dust on it, but logic now suggests that wouldn't be the case in a "clean-room". So my second guess was some sort of thermal conductor? It would be nice to know because I wiped it all off. LOL.20211207_152521_5013_1638903321.jpg20211207_152355_5011_1638903235.jpg20211207_152554_5015_1638903354.jpg
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meep
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screwed everything down and its not happening any more.
Higira
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It used to be thermal paste lol.
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meep
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I read the comprehensive teardown on Ifixit and I think it may have been carbon as these uses copper and carbon for heat dissipation. It was more "dusty" than pasty like traditional thermal compound.

I took it apart again to take a picture of the chip in question, but honestly it looks more like an under-display speaker.20211207_174343_5017_1638911623.jpg
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Higira
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But yours doesn't use copper? It uses that graphite cooling.. could it be the foam balls from the speaker?
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meep
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Yes mine uses graphite. Thats what I meant. Just couldn't remember the name. Its strange that mine had something over it but the one in Ifixit is completely clean.
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Valeriya
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Hi meep, Samsung recommends checking with any Samsung authorized technician for any internal part information. If you are a qualified technician and want to know further information, please contact the service center and they will help you further.

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