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The only answer here would be to carefully break open the device and attempt to repair the connections. Either with the original end or by pirating the end of a usb lead (leave enough fly lead to make connections to the device) Carefully note the wire connection order of the device in relation to the replacement part
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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