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These sockets are on sale if you google enough. Ebay seller totalviews for example. Check its the right socket and be prepared for very small presise soldering. when you open the case, take great care not to break/dismantle the rocker switch that protrudes as it has minute elements in it. If charging is a problem but the socket appears sound,m check the plug that goes into it and ensure the springs go in and out to hold it in place.F4therchristmas
The problem is that most of the chargers have the output of 5V/0.5A. The charger for NAVMAN (C30 in my case) has 5V/1A. And that is causing the trouble. The GPS is undercharged and is switching off itself. Buy one which specify the output power: 5V/1A.
Hope I solved your problem
maybe there is a flat or stuffed lithium battery or battery charging circuit in the pin 570. fix: leave unit to charge for 24 h if
the battery still dosnt charge because it is over discharged, then you
may be able to push some charge in it after the battery is unplugged,
after opening the case, and removing the circuit board