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Versione corrente di: oldturkey03 ,

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@thestrangeslav something on your charging circuitry went array. You want to go ahead and stop trying to charge it etc. Then you want to go ahead and disassemble your device. Start this by using these guides [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)]] and/or [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGbU25XnViM|this video] Then check your circuit boards for obviously damaged components etc. Post some good pictures of your boards with your QUESTION. That way we can see what you see. [guide|21499]
After that follow the troubleshooting steps as suggested on here
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-The connector ICF6001 is available at places [https://www.parts4gsm.com/en/samsung-usb-connector-a320f-galaxy-a3-2017-3722-0.html |like this]
+The connector IFC6001 is available at places [https://www.parts4gsm.com/en/samsung-usb-connector-a320f-galaxy-a3-2017-3722-0.html|like this]

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Modifica di: oldturkey03 ,

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@thestrangeslav something on your charging circuitry went array. You want to go ahead and stop trying to charge it etc. Then you want to go ahead and disassemble your device. Start this by using these guides [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)]] and/or [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGbU25XnViM|this video] Then check your circuit boards for obviously damaged components etc. Post some good pictures of your boards with your QUESTION. That way we can see what you see. [guide|21499]
After that follow the troubleshooting steps as suggested on here
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[image|1873462]
[image|1873463]
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+The connector ICF6001 is available at places [https://www.parts4gsm.com/en/samsung-usb-connector-a320f-galaxy-a3-2017-3722-0.html |like this]

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Post originale di: oldturkey03 ,

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@thestrangeslav something on your charging circuitry went array. You want to go ahead and stop trying to charge it etc. Then you want to go ahead and disassemble your device. Start this by using these guides [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)]]   and/or [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGbU25XnViM|this video] Then check your circuit boards for obviously damaged components etc. Post some good pictures of your boards with your QUESTION. That way we can see what you see. [guide|21499]

After that follow the troubleshooting steps as suggested on here

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[image|1873463]

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