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Can the charge port on my Jam wireless speaker be repaired?

While trying to charge my jam the connention piece inside the charger port broke off, how can i get this fixed.

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what model Jam do you have?

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were you able to disassemble it? I want to replace my connector as well

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Same thing happened to me idk what to do:(

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the port is soldered to the board so you would have to resolder it

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im currently faced with the same issue, thre doesnt seem to be any screws holding this thing together....

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this might help a bit

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non of these look exactly like mine,pleasehelp it was a gift

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i think it might be called a mini iessentials speaker box (round,black with bluetooth/off/mp3,LED,MIC,AUX,DC/5Vvolume first all this round the bottom

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So how do you get it charged

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It works but is dead the charging port is broken

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If you're looking for how to open it like I was, there are screws under the rubber footing on the bottom of the speaker. Hope this helps. :)

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Thanks for the information

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To fix this issue your going to need to find out if your charging dock is a soldered on assembly or if it uses a male and female connector setup. If its a connector then youll just have to find a replacement part, pop the old one out and install the new one. If it is soldered on(which i suspect) you will need to find the appropriate style dock and solder it in place of the old one.

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It actually is a simple fix, I took a small flat head screwdriver and popped the grill off under the rubber, go around lifting it off little by little. Unscrew the four screws with a small Phillips screwdriver, pull the speaker halfway out unscrew the four screws on the white base, and the four on the board, you can then lift the board I took the same charging pin and lined it up with the marks on the board and placed it from behind then I took a small knife with a point and slid it in till it lined up. Once I was finished before I closed it I plugged it in my red light lit up along with the blue light and started charging.

Good Luck Guys.

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I need mines fixed and I don't know how to do it myself can you please fix mine.

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Remove the rubber footing, unscrew, & then with a small screwdriver press the charging aluminum port back in place so that the male part will then fit as if it was new.

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I fixed it. JAM Wireless speaker model HX P230A. Just open the assembly an cutt the cables to the battery. Put the to the outside of the case using the usb hole (which is not needed more) and use the cables to connect the battery externally, using a charger. Connect cables with battery with clips or use it to directly charge using a usb charger connected to the cables, cutting the cables of an old usb connector. Be sure to know what are the USB D/C cables. Battery is 3.7v/500Mah | VLP053048AH | SM/2012407.

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How would u do this just take the cables from the battery and hook them to a usb connecter how do u no it's charging and wat do I do when it's done charging reconnect the battery back to the speaker ?

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my ecoxgear bt speaker is not powering on but when i charging the green light does appear...

What would be the problem?

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I have HX-P920 and chargey bit at side knackered and wont charge. called up wonderful person on customer service 01732 378 557 and am sending knackered one back and they are sending me a replacement yeeha!!!

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