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Damaged connector The pins on the slot where the charging cord plugs in are damaged. The phone will no longer connect to the charger. Can this be replaced? If so where would I get the part and the special screwdriver needed to remove the back of the phone?

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I went to Ebay and purchased an eternal battery charger for mine because it done the same thing as yours. Of course AT&T told me there was no such thing as an external charger and that they couldnt fix my phone. So I bought a new phone on the spot. Later I checked Ebay just to see if there was an external charger and I found one, bought it and it works great. I use the K1 as a backup phone now since I purchased a new phone.

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The K1 is not an easy one to take apart compared to others. I would not recommend it. Plus once it is taken apart you lose the seal. I rarely charge my K1 using my phone. I purchased a unit for under $10 to charge my batteries on. I like to have an extra battery for my cell so I am never without service while it charges.
It will cost you more to get the piece replaced on your K1 than it would to get a seperate charger for a battery. If you need help let me know. I will help you locate a charger if needed.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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