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I have contacted Samsung Canada, and tried to contact Samsung in Korea (no luck). So now I am trying to build my own. When I am done, I will post the directions.
 
=== Update ===
 
So finally after several attempts I now have a working home made replacement part. I started by removing the defective part from the watch back. I broke it open to see if there was anything inside as can be seen from this photo[image|598876]== Heading text ==
 
I then took a piece of printed circuit board and cut it to the appropriate width, then removed the copper from both sides to provide a conductive free board. [image|598877] I did try etching my own board, but in the process of getting traces from one side of the board to the other, I found it easier to use this described method....
 
I used a sticky foil [image|598880] that can be purchased from a crafts store. I then wrapped it around the board that was cut to size. [image|598881]. Using a razor knife I cut the foil to remove parts leaving "traces" where I wanted the contacts to be.
 
Follow the "wiring" diagram here: [image|598883] Keep in mind that it is essential for the foil to line up perfectly on all five contacts for both sides of the board. It took me many tries to get it right, but finally it have it. [image|598884]
 
As you can see, it is now charging. [image|598885]
 
When building this part, be very patient as it took me about twenty tries to get the spacings, and distances correct so all ten contacts lined up.
 
I hope this is helpful

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Michael Larden ,

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I have contacted Samsung Canada, and tried to contact Samsung in Korea (no luck). So now I am trying to build my own. When I am done, I will post the directions.

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