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-@boseman take a look at [guide|62997|this guide]. Step 6 shows the port soldered onto the board. So it would not be easy. You could try and purchase a broken Bose SoundLink Color and harvest the port from it. Or you could possibly pigtail a separate charging port to it. This will depend on your soldering skills etc. If you can, post some images of the damage (disassembled) with your question. For that use [guide|21499|this guide.] That would allow us to see what you see and possibly point out where to solder to.
+@boseman take a look at [guide|62997|this guide]. Step 6 shows the port soldered onto the board. So it would not be easy. You could try and purchase a broken Bose SoundLink Color and harvest the port from it. Or you could possibly pigtail a separate input port (cable) to it. This will depend on your soldering skills etc. If you can, post some images of the damage (disassembled) with your question. For that use [guide|21499|this guide.] That would allow us to see what you see and possibly point out where to solder to.

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@boseman take a look at [guide|62997|this guide]. Step 6 shows the port soldered onto the board. So it would not be easy. You could try and purchase a broken Bose SoundLink Color and harvest the port from it. Or you could possibly pigtail a separate charging port to it. This will depend on your soldering skills etc. If you can, post some images of the damage (disassembled) with your question. For that use [guide|21499|this guide.] That would allow us to see what you see and possibly point out where to solder to.

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