The only other thing I can think of is a failure on one of the components soldered on the main board, but 20mA in standby condition are VERY high!
Ok no, little update. the battery drain is present even if I disconnect the flex board, the touch connector and the led . It’s something on the main board I think, but I can’t figure out what is it. Is there some insulation that I may have lost when changing the flex board the first time?
I’ve changed two flex boards from two different sellers, and I keep having a battery drain of about 25mA after i installed them. The battery drain is not present with the original flex board, any ideas?
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