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So the first thing we need to figure out is if it's actually the battery. To do that, we are going to plug it in and try to turn it on. Does it display anything or try to turn on? Does it tell you to insert a battery before powering on, even though you have it installed? If so then it is indeed your battery, otherwise you should start assuming your battery is perfectly fine as either the motherboard or charger port is faulty and not passing power through to the PDA.
 
To address that issue you will need to either rebuild the PDA yourself starting with the charger port / motherboard your choice. Or take it to a local repair shop who can connect the device to a PC and troubleshoot / repair the device for you.
 
A repair shop will be more expensive, however you will get quality service and most likely a warranty. If you have a soldering kit then it would be cheaper to rebuild yourself. The motherboard doesn't require a solder tool to replace, however if you are looking into replacing just the charger port as that may be cheaper, you will need to un-solder it from the motherboard and solder the new one in.
 
However ifIf you strongly feel that it is just the battery and wish to start with that, you may find a replacement battery here:
However ifIf you strongly feel that it is just the battery and wish to start with that, you may find a replacement battery here:
 
* [http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Palm+TX+replacement+battery|Palm TX Replacement Battery]
 
Since you have not given us any model numbers you will need to use the link above and select a battery that matches your Palm TX Model as there are several versions. They're pretty cheap and range from $7 to $15 and some come with optional 1 or 2 year warranties.
 
If that turns out not to be the cause then you can request service for pretty cheap using professionals:
 
* [https://www.palmdr.com/|Palm Repair Shop]
 
Or if you happen to have a soldering kit, then you can get the parts you need here:
 
* [http://www.palmdr.com/cart/palm-tx-motherboard-p-238.html|Palm TX Motherboard]
* [http://www.ebay.com/itm/Palm-TX-T-X-Handheld-PDA-Palm-Pilot-/152506950746?hash=item23821f645a:g:pL8AAOSwTM5Y7QuO|Palm TX Replacement Port]
 
Please make sure to match all parts to your Palm TX model numbers '''BEFORE''' buying anything. In addition if you need any help check out the links below for guides right here on ifixit! If you have any question feel free to ask me, I will get back with you as soon as I can! Also I edited the Palm TX Motherboard Guide to show what parts you need as they had none listed. So the link below is the unverified changed version. If you want the verified version click the link in the yellow bar at the top of that page. However the verified version does not show the parts you need.
 
You can also use the Motherboard replacement guide to see the Charger Port and un-solder it. If you buy the charger port replacement you will see it is just a used Palm TX, which means you will need to break that one down using the guide below and un-solder the good part. Then do the same for your bad part and re-solder the good one into your motherboard.
 
== Servicing Guides ==
 
* [guide|4777|Palm TX Motherboard Replacement Guide]

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Aporte original por: Gabriel ,

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So the first thing we need to figure out is if it's actually the battery. To do that, we are going to plug it in and try to turn it on. Does it display anything or try to turn on? Does it tell you to insert a battery before powering on, even though you have it installed? If so then it is indeed your battery, otherwise you should start assuming your battery is perfectly fine as either the motherboard or charger port is faulty and not passing power through to the PDA.

To address that issue you will need to either rebuild the PDA yourself starting with the charger port / motherboard your choice. Or take it to a local repair shop who can connect the device to a PC and troubleshoot / repair the device for you.

A repair shop will be more expensive, however you will get quality service and most likely a warranty. If you have a soldering kit then it would be cheaper to rebuild yourself. The motherboard doesn't require a solder tool to replace, however if you are looking into replacing just the charger port as that may be cheaper, you will need to un-solder it from the motherboard and solder the new one in.

However if you strongly feel that it is just the battery and wish to start with that, you may find a replacement battery here:

* [http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Palm+TX+replacement+battery|Palm TX Replacement Battery]

Since you have not given us any model numbers you will need to use the link above and select a battery that matches your Palm TX Model as there are several versions. They're pretty cheap and range from $7 to $15 and some come with optional 1 or 2 year warranties.

If that turns out not to be the cause then you can request service for pretty cheap using professionals:

* [https://www.palmdr.com/|Palm Repair Shop]

Or if you happen to have a soldering kit, then you can get the parts you need here:

* [http://www.palmdr.com/cart/palm-tx-motherboard-p-238.html|Palm TX Motherboard]
* [http://www.ebay.com/itm/Palm-TX-T-X-Handheld-PDA-Palm-Pilot-/152506950746?hash=item23821f645a:g:pL8AAOSwTM5Y7QuO|Palm TX Replacement Port]

Please make sure to match all parts to your Palm TX model numbers '''BEFORE''' buying anything. In addition if you need any help check out the links below for guides right here on ifixit! If you have any question feel free to ask me, I will get back with you as soon as I can! Also I edited the Palm TX Motherboard Guide to show what parts you need as they had none listed. So the link below is the unverified changed version. If you want the verified version click the link in the yellow bar at the top of that page. However the verified version does not show the parts you need.

You can also use the Motherboard replacement guide to see the Charger Port and un-solder it. If you buy the charger port replacement you will see it is just a used Palm TX, which means you will need to break that one down using the guide below and un-solder the good part. Then do the same for your bad part and re-solder the good one into your motherboard.

== Servicing Guides ==

* [guide|4777|Palm TX Motherboard Replacement Guide]

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