Samsung Phone Charger Repair
This is not a nice repairing article I think so, and also not maybe a really repairing stuff but after I suffered for days with my not working phone charger, I decide to show how I was heal my illness.
The charger of my phone was interrupting the charging, so I can’t charge up my phone.After I realized the problem I bought new chargers! Yes, that was nice and great, but the new chargers were crap, an unusable peace of nothing. I binned them quickly. So, I decide to open my old charger to try to repair it if I could.
Friends of mine told me there is no way to open it, because it is full filled with glue, hard to separate the case etc. but I told, ok, if I cannot open the case I will smash it and even than I will get inside. The charger was really simple to open with a scalpel. Then I simply pulled out the pcb from the case.
Here comes to the problem. When I was pushed that black plastic inside the usb connector I realized a small movement, what was indicating to me does there is some mechanical problem in the charger.
After I put the pcb under my microscope I quickly realized where is the problem. Check the pictures.
So, I decide to heat up the pcb a bit and re-solder the whole area. After the re-solder my charger works like a charm! I was very happy because my original charger is on the road again, and I’m also very sad because I spent lot of money for few new chargers which was actually a cheap copy and crap. It is hard in my area to buy a genuine charger when you need.
However, I made this article to show this kind of charger is repairable, even if a part would fail I assume a basic skilled technician can repair this. All that nice, shiny chargers for smartphone’s are just for bin and are crap and I think, it is more worth to repair your genuine tool than to switch it with an unusable think.
I hope you enjoy this tutorial and will save lot of repair time.
This article was prepared for you by Christian Robert Adzic from Novi Knezevac-Serbia.
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