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Mikebrungs, having scoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is most certainly the micro USB port. You could disassembletry disassembling your KindleKindle to check on the problem. Follow [guide|7923|this guide] and check the solder connections on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally off the motherboard or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimensions of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. I hope this helps, good luck.
Mikebrungs, having scoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is most certainly the micro USB port. You could disassembletry disassembling your KindleKindle to check on the problem. Follow [guide|7923|this guide] and check the solder connections on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally off the motherboard or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimensions of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. I hope this helps, good luck.

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mikebrungsMikebrungs, having scoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is most certainly the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.guide] and check the solder connectionconnections on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally ofoff the board,motherboard or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimensiondimensions of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. HopeI hope this helps, good luck.
mikebrungsMikebrungs, having scoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is most certainly the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.guide] and check the solder connectionconnections on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally ofoff the board,motherboard or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimensiondimensions of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. HopeI hope this helps, good luck.

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mikebrungs, having scoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is most certainly the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.] and check the solder connection on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally of the board, or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimension of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. Hope this helps, good luck.
mikebrungs, having scoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is most certainly the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.] and check the solder connection on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally of the board, or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimension of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. Hope this helps, good luck.

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編集者: oldturkey03 ,

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mikebrungs, having scoredscoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.] and check the solder connection on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally of the board, or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimension of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. Hope this helps, good luck.
mikebrungs, having scoredscoured the forums over the last few month, the problem is the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.] and check the solder connection on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally of the board, or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimension of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. Hope this helps, good luck.

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mikebrungs, having scored the forums over the last few month, the problem is the micro USB port. You could disassemble your Kindle. Follow [guide|7923|this guide.] and check the solder connection on the micro USB port. It is very likely that they have either come totally of the board, or that they have micro cracks. It might be possible to reuse the old connector and resolder it, or you may have to find a new connector. If you need a new one, you could check mouser.com or digikey.com for a micro USB that fits the dimensions of your Kindle. If anyone would post the exact dimension of the micro USB port, we could try and find an equivalent part. It is highly doubtful that the port is proprietary. Hope this helps, good luck.

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