Happens with a lot of electronics that I’ve dealt with, as far as I’m aware, you’ll need to open it up and replace the largest capacitors you can find nearest to the power jack on the console. Just look on the side of the capacitor, read what the number is, then look for replacements on ebay. Might find a pack of 5 for $10 or so. Edit: Noticed in a teardown video there’s barely any capacitors inside that’d do what I’m thinking and all of it must be governed by the external brick (which you’ve replaced) however there is a Cmos battery. Maybe replace that, could help.
My Battery is loose, perhaps I need to stick it back down with some double sided tape.. Perhaps it’s moving the battery that fixes it. Or there’s some sort of protection circuit that stops the battery from charging, as the iPhone thinks it’s broken?
I have this same problem. My rotation doesn't work after a while. But I can fix it by restarting my iPhone.. I'm jailbroken though so unsure if it's a tweak making it malfunction overtime.. no idea what causes it to get stuck honestly..
iPhone 6's home button has nothing to do with the screen. It's completely separate, the cable too I believe. What exactly did you replace? The button? Or the daughter-board beneath the button? https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/ig... If the button still works, but only "10%" of the time, sounds like it's simply dirty where the connection bridges. If you can get to the mechanical switch (the clicky thing where the home button presses) when you take your phone apart, put a couple drops of isopropyl on to it (no less than 90%, 100% is best) and click it rapidly around 50 times. Add another drop, click again. Then reassemble the phone.