Replacing liquid-damaged USB-C port on C101PA
I got a small amount of liquid in one of the USB-C ports on my ASUS C101PA, and it looks like it corroded the pins enough to turn the port into a port of death: two cables and a charger seem to be dead now after trying to use them to charge the device. Unfortunately the second port, which got no liquid, is also not accepting a charge. So at this point my chromebook can’t be charged.
A visual inspection of the motherboard shows no obvious signs of damage, so I’m hoping it’s just the port(s) that are fried. Does anybody know the part number and where I might go about acquiring replacement USB-C ports for the C101PA? I’m comfortable doing the hot-air rework.