Introduction

After extended use, the charging port may be worn down. If the device will not power on after charging, the charging port may be defective.

  1. Remove the back cover of the device using a combination of both plastic opening tools. Use your plastic opening tool pry open a corner of the device, then continue down the side of the device with the tool to completely open the device. Use your plastic opening tool pry open a corner of the device, then continue down the side of the device with the tool to completely open the device.
    • Remove the back cover of the device using a combination of both plastic opening tools.

    • Use your plastic opening tool pry open a corner of the device, then continue down the side of the device with the tool to completely open the device.

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  3. Remove seven of the 4.43mm screws using the Philips #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove seven of the 4.43mm screws using the Philips #00 screwdriver.

    • It is not necessary to remove the bottom two 4.43mm screws that keep the speakers in place.

  4. Gently lift the motherboard up to extract the charging port out with the tweezers. Be cautious not to disconnect any wires or ribbon cables.
    • Gently lift the motherboard up to extract the charging port out with the tweezers.

    • Be cautious not to disconnect any wires or ribbon cables.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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