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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-21-2017, 04:39 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm asking for a friend who doesn't have a soldiering machine. How would she go about it?

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Take it somewhere and pay someone who knows how to do it.

Eh. I was hoping for something we could try at home.. Thanks though!
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There isn't any way of fixing that besides soldering, not reliably.

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Wire glue. Conductive glue.

http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/b70c/

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Take it somewhere and pay someone who knows how to do it.

Eh. I was hoping for something we could try at home.. Thanks though!

I'm sure one of your local retailers such as Walmart or a hardware store will have a soldering iron for under $10. My local walmart has a cheap one in stock for only $5.77.

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I'd better suggest taking it to a tablet repair shop instead of trying to do something you are not familiar. ou You might end up causing a disaster by trying to fix it on your own.
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I mean, it's only 4 connections and they are all pretty large. All you would really need to do is order a replacement plug if you cant reuse the one that came off and just heat up those 4 connection spots with a soldering iron enough to reconnect the plug. If you're gonna solder something, this would be an easy place to start. Watch some youtube videos on basic soldering. I'm not very good at it myself but I could solder that easy.

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unless you know how to solder ..it will be risky ..
you will need flux solder and a hot iron .. steady hands ..
flux the pads solder the tip of the iron .. and touch for a second or 2 on the pads ..
the hardest part will be the 6 wire connectors but with enough flux it should just run to the small pads .. a quick once over
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