Tablet Charging Port Repair

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Charging Port Repair Services

If you’re experiencing issues with your tablet’s charging port, you’re not alone. The problem is that most chargers are made to fit only a certain type of tablet, so it’s difficult to find one that will work with your device. That’s why we offer our repair service: we can help you fix it by replacing the faulty port in your device with a new one.

The process for repairing a charging port is simple. First, we’ll need to remove any debris from around the port so we can get a better look at what’s causing the problem. Then, we’ll need to clean out all of the dirt and grime inside before applying a new part to replace what’s broken or damaged. Finally, we’ll seal off any cracks and holes in the port with epoxy glue until they’re completely sealed off from water damage or other contaminants.

Only Genuine Parts Used

We understand that it can be hard to know what's a genuine part and what isn't. And with so many brands out there, it can be hard to find the right parts for your Device. But we're here to help!

6 Months Peace of Mind Warranty

We want to make sure you're completely satisfied with your new phone. That's why we've got peace of mind guarantee: if within the first 6 months, you aren't happy with your phone, we'll give you back your money.

The size of your tablet's charging port will vary depending on the brand and model, but in general they are about the same size as a standard USB port on a computer. They are also similar in size to the Micro-USB ports used on most modern phones.
If you think that your tablet's charging port is damaged and needs repair, it may not be obvious at first glance that there is anything wrong with it, but if you have ever had a device with this problem before then it might be easy to diagnose yourself by using a magnifying glass or even using an electrical tool that can test for voltage differences between two points on an electronic circuit board like an oscilloscope or multimeter. If there are no signs of damage then simply unplugging your device from its charging cable and plugging it back in should do the trick! If this does not work then there is likely something wrong with either your device itself or possibly even its charger cable; try changing those out first before calling us at (315) 514-0000.