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Hi,
 
If David's solution doesn't solve it, the connector on the board has to be replaced.
 
Since it is hard to source a good connector if at all (probably demand is not high enough, so suppliers don't make them/offer them), we choose sometimes to microsolder the connector directly to the board.

You can approach your local repair shops to ask if they offer these services (in-store or outsource). Otherwise
It's a few contributors on iFixit offer these types of services. Check out my profile or jessabethany's. You can establish contact through there for an estimate. In our casehack, but it's a same day turnaround jobpractical and it works.
Since it is hard to source a good connector if at all (probably demand is not high enough, so suppliers don't make them/offer them), we choose sometimes to microsolder the connector directly to the board.

You can approach your local repair shops to ask if they offer these services (in-store or outsource). Otherwise
It's a few contributors on iFixit offer these types of services. Check out my profile or jessabethany's. You can establish contact through there for an estimate. In our casehack, but it's a same day turnaround jobpractical and it works.

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Original post by: Rany ,

Text:

Hi,

If David's solution doesn't solve it, the connector on the board has to be replaced.

Since it is hard to source a good connector if at all (probably demand is not high enough, so suppliers don't make them/offer them), we choose sometimes to microsolder the connector directly to the board.

You can approach your local repair shops to ask if they offer these services (in-store or outsource). Otherwise a few contributors on iFixit offer these types of services. Check out my profile or jessabethany's. You can establish contact through there for an estimate. In our case it's a same day turnaround job.

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