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Honestly, even if you could find the part (not likely - tablets are commodity items these days), you would need specialized tools to de-solder the remainder of the old port and solder the new port, and you would risk damaging other components because of the proximity of parts on these small circuit boards. If you want to take it on, research who actually builds the tablet and contact them about parts. A better option might be to find one with a broken screen or some such (check local 'for sale' sites) and try to swap only that part (if the charging port happens to be connected to a smaller 'side' board rather than the main board). Tough one. Good luck.
Most likely either the USB socket is defective internally, or it has broken off of the circuit board that it is soldered to internally. This usually happens from excessive use. The ports at the rear are plugged in typically once for a long period of time, but front ports get a lot of wear and tear. A repair or replacement is NOT recommended, unless you have experience working with/on electronic circuits.
A quick remedy would be to purchase a USB Extender cable. It has a Type A Male on one end and a Type A Female on the other end. The male would plug into a USB port on the rear of your computer and the female end would be available at the front. If it fails, just change out the extender. Or you could purchase a USB 4-port Expander hub and do the same thing.
First Option: mostly nokia chargers doesn't make problems... just try the following.. connect ur mobile with a system (usb cable)... found out whether it is charging or not... if the same prblm appears then there is a prblm in ur cell phone or power jack(socket)... if it charged with usb cable buy a new charger Please change Phone Bettery and check the charging IF Charging Problem not Solved So
Second Option: Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC And charging Problem will Solved Quickly
I had the same problem a few days ago (April 5 2009). The problem
turned out to be a dodgy USB socket on the back of the Tape2PC. There
was a bent & broken pin in the USB socket.
Perhaps you have a similar problem with the USB port - have a close look at it in good light.
took the the cover off the tape2pc (6 screws), and then removed the
small circuit board containing the USB socket (2 screws). The part
number on this board is 0038-2410-0000. This small board is connected
to the main circuit board on the base of the box by a short cable. You
just unplug this cable from the USB port board, cut a cable tie, and
replace the USB port board. It is a very simple and quick job - it took
no more than 10 minutes and only requires a small Philipps head (+)
I don't know where you live, but I phoned the UK distributor for Ion and received a replacement board within 2 days.
The PC now recognizes the tape2pc again but I can't get any volume when I try to record my cassettes. Any suggestions with this?