Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN Power Button Ways – Power Key Jumper
If you are a mobile technician and searching for the solution how to repair the Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN Power button not working problem here we will show you how to repair Samsung SM-A205FN power key problem and set mot power on problem.
Here are the connection line paths for Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN |that may useful in troubleshooting a not working Power button switches. This shows the connection line paths (jumper ways), especially when trying to fix the button switch if severely damaged or the PCB solder pads have been already lifted.
You may use a multimeter to trace each of the volume button keys terminals connection across to a component where it is being connected. This solution may also work with Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN phones.
- Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN not turning ON.
- Phone heats up even when power is turned OFF, and also it does not power ON.
- Randomly Powers OFF itself.
- Phone turns OFF when any specific application is accessed.
Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN Power Button Ways And Jumper:
To fix this problem you may first visually check the button switch assembly for possible damaged. Just replace it, and carefully re-solder it without lifting the PCB board terminal solder pads.
If the said switches assembly seems okay but it still it does not respond or work. Refer to the solution above and locate the highlighted component on the PCB board.
If any of the on/off switch + or – track missing then make a jumper.
The very first thing that you need to do is to check battery voltage at its terminals in order to verify whether the problem is with the battery or with anything else. (Battery voltage should be at least 3.8V). If the battery voltage is lower than 3.8V or is not showing charge then it means you need to change your battery in first place and check.
Samsung Galaxy A20 A205FN Power Button Ways, On-Off Switch Jumper, Set Is dead Problem, Power Key Ways
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