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Version actuelle par : Tom Shafer ,

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1st. You must verify that the charger is working by testing the voltage at the plug.
-2nd. Using the Search at the top of this page; How to replace charging port
+2nd. Using the Search at the top of this page; '''How to replace charging port'''
I had a universal charger that included many, many different sizes of plugs. One fit perfectly into a worn-out tablet saving the expensive repair costs. (and a lot of patience !)
You might look into that option.
The problem is inside the 'jack'. There is a '''S''' shaped spring that locks the plug. It is worn nearly flat and no longer 'snaps'.

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Contribution d'origine par : Tom Shafer ,

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1st.     You must verify that the charger is working by testing the voltage at the plug.

2nd.   Using the Search at the top of this page;    How to replace charging port

I had a universal charger that included many, many different sizes of plugs. One fit perfectly into a worn-out tablet saving the expensive repair costs.  (and a lot of patience !)

You might look into that option.

The problem is inside the 'jack'.  There is a '''S''' shaped spring that locks the plug.  It is worn nearly flat and no longer 'snaps'.

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open