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Audiovox cdm8615vcm broken battery charger jack

Hi there  the phone has a broken battery charger jack . it also has a large flat jack on the bottom of the phone . i was wondering if this jack on the bottom would charge the phone if i could find a cable for it ?
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SOURCE: AudioVox CDM 8910 Charger Port Broken

hi plz dont try to do it yourself == go to a local phone repair store and in your presence tell the technician to do it == this will not charge you much and the rick factor will be nill Good luck

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Adapter from power cord gets power, but is not charging samsung rv511 laptop


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b> If your laptop charger seems broken, it's most likely because the battery will not charge. You plug in the cord, the lights come on, but the charging light doesn't change or blinks repeatedly. When you remove the power cord, the laptop shuts off instantly due to the depleted battery. There's more than one cause for this, and it's not always a broken charger.

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I have an Acer Aspire One and when I plug the charger in I have to spin it or wiggle it or both to get the battery to charge. Once I have it in position it generally stays on charge, but if the cable is...


It could be either one Sarah.

The AC adapter's (Charger) cable, or the DC Power Jack where the AC adapter plugs into the laptop.

This is an example of the DC Power Jack not installed,

http://www.laptopjacks.com/view_part/Acer-Aspire-ONE-AOA150-ZG5-DC-Power-Jack-AC351816.html

(You can click on the three views of the jack to enlarge)

1) Check the DC Power Jack to see if it's in good repair.

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See if the Center Pin will move side to side a small amount. There is supposed to be No perceptible movement.

Referring back to the closeup photos of the DC Power Jack, the flat blade-like prongs are upside down, in relation to how the jack sits on the motherboard.

The flat prongs go down through the motherboard, and are soldered to the motherboard.
If the center pin of the jack is stationary, but the jack as a unit moves around, one or more solder joints, (Connections) for the flat prongs may be cracked.

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Acer Aspire One service manual,

http://www.tim.id.au/blog/tims-laptop-service-manuals/#toc-acer

(Click on the blue - One - in Aspire One.
This is a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it which uses PDF files.
After you click on the file name (One) it may take up to 30 seconds before you see the first page.
It may also take additional time for the file to fully download.

(Took 12 seconds just now for full download)

No perceptible movement of the DC Power Jack? Suspect the cable of the AC adapter right near it's plug. (Plug that plugs into the DC Power Jack)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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Hi, the battery won't charge. We rang and spoke to someone about 2 weeks ago and they said it was probably a faulty battery and they were going to email us and send a new battery, We have heard nothing...


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Should be battery first, Then AC adapter (Charger)

Dead short on DC Power Jack?
Are you aware of how a DC Power Jack is made, (Component structure), and how it attaches to the motherboard?

If not, allow me to explain. This is an example of an average DC Power Jack,
http://us.st12.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/yhst-42877593004970_2046_1336946

The outside housing of the DC Power Jack, is barely larger than the outside of the AC adapter (Charger) plug.
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The outside shell opening in the body is the Negative contact.
The pin in the center is the Positive contact.

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The photo of the jack is upside down, in relation to how the jack sits on the motherboard.

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hi plz dont try to do it yourself == go to a local phone repair store and in your presence tell the technician to do it == this will not charge you much and the rick factor will be nill Good luck

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