Question about LG VX6100 Cellular Phone
I think I ruined my cell phone. A few days ago, the internal part that the charger plugs ino started coming out with the adapter. I got the not-so-bright idea to use super glue on what appeared to be a piece of rubber that wasn't supposed to connect to metal. Now it appears that the charger isn't making contact at all with whatever is supposed to get the juice going - when I plug the charger into the phone, no little red light comes on.
I should have just left well enough alone. I was concerned that the part would get banged up. I guess this wasn't the right time to play do-it-yourselfer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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