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Replacing the connector port fixed my issues:[br]issues:
Replacing the connector port fixed my issues:[br]issues:
 
[br]After 6 years or so, my OP-1 pretty much required to be plugged in to work.
[br]After 6 years or so, my OP-1 pretty much required to be plugged in to work.
 
After 6 years or so, my OP-1 pretty much required to be plugged in to work. [brThen one day it stopped turning on all together. I was bummed.[br]
After 6 years or so, my OP-1 pretty much required to be plugged in to work. [brThen one day it stopped turning on all together. I was bummed.[br]
 
Then one day it stopped turning on all together. I was bummed.
 
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It started acting strange over the last year - randomly turning on while the power switch was turned to the off position. Sometimes it wouldn’t turn on, other times it would.[br]
 
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I figured it was the battery but reading a couple other posts led me to believe it was the connector board. Totally worth the ~80$ to get it and it was super easy to install. [br]
 
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The microphone went out after a few years too, and since thats part of the connector board - it was fixed as well! Hurray!

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Message d'origine par : Daniel Papageorge ,

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Replacing the connector port fixed my issues:[br]

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After 6 years or so, my OP-1 pretty much required to be plugged in to work. [br]

Then one day it stopped turning on all together. I was bummed.

[br]

It started acting strange over the last year - randomly turning on while the power switch was turned to the off position. Sometimes it wouldn’t turn on, other times it would.[br]

[br]

I figured it was the battery but reading a couple other posts led me to believe it was the connector board. Totally worth the ~80$ to get it and it was super easy to install. [br]

[br]

The microphone went out after a few years too, and since thats part of the connector board - it was fixed as well! Hurray!

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