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Ipaq rz1710 pocket pc will not charge

The charger socket on my ipaq is loose and I cannot connect charger cable or in car cradle, I think its broke from its contact

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Have to take it to service. hp obviously designed it to not last too long. the design of the lead and charging socket !!!!!!!!
yup mine is broken too

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

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