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Hi,
 
Here is a link to a video which shows how to replace the battery in your device. I realize that this is not your problem but the video is useful as it shows how to open your device so as to gain access to the systemboard.
 
You only have to watch the first 2:15 minutes of the video as the systemboard is accessible by then.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDqzJWHECMM
 
The charging port is mounted on the systemboard and most likely has become dislodged causing your problem.
 
You will need surface mount soldering skills and tools if you wish to repair the connection or to replace the charging port. if you have to do this instead
 
If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer or mobile phone repair service, who give a guarantee on their work (even if it is only for 30 days etc.days), and ask for a quote to do the work.
If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer or mobile phone repair service, who give a guarantee on their work (even if it is only for 30 days etc.days), and ask for a quote to do the work.

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Hi,
 
Here is a link to a video which shows how to replace the battery in your device. I realize that this is not your problem but the video is useful as it shows how to open your device so as to gain access to the systemboard.
 
You only have to watch the first 2:15 minutes of the video as the systemboard is accessible by then.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDqzJWHECMM
 
The charging port is mounted on the systemboard and most likely has become dislodged causing your problem.
 
You will need surface mount soldering skills and tools if you wish to repair the connection or to replace the charging port. if you have to do this instead
 
If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer/computer or mobile phone repair service, who give a guarantee on their work (even if it is only 30 days etc.), and ask for a quote to do the work.
If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer/computer or mobile phone repair service, who give a guarantee on their work (even if it is only 30 days etc.), and ask for a quote to do the work.

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
Here is a link to a video which shows how to replace the battery in your device. I realize that this is not your problem but the video is useful as it shows how to open your device so as to gain access to the systemboard.
 
You only have to watch the first 2:15 minutes of the video as the systemboard is accessible by then.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDqzJWHECMM
 
The charging port is mounted on the systemboard and most likely has become dislodged causing your problem.
 
You will need surface mount soldering skills and tools if you wish to repair the connection or to replace the charging port. if you have to do this instead
 
If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer/ mobile phone repair serviceservice, who give a guarantee on their work (even if it is only 30 days etc.), and ask for a quote to do the work.
If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer/ mobile phone repair serviceservice, who give a guarantee on their work (even if it is only 30 days etc.), and ask for a quote to do the work.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: jayeff ,

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Hi,

Here is a link to a video which shows how to replace the battery in your device. I realize that this is not your problem but the video is useful as it shows how to open your device so as to gain access to the systemboard.

You only have to watch the first 2:15 minutes of the video as the systemboard is accessible by then.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDqzJWHECMM

The charging port is mounted on the systemboard and most likely has become dislodged causing your problem.

You will need surface mount soldering skills and tools if you wish to repair the connection or to replace the charging port. if you have to do this instead

If this seems too daunting then I suggest that you take it to a reputable, professional computer/ mobile phone repair service and ask for a quote to do the work.

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