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Hi @tbaylucky ,
 
Here is a link to the ifixit [[Topic:PDP Afterglow Fener]] guides.
 
They should help you to gain access to the USB port.
 
It most probably will be a SMD (surface mounted device) type USB connector, so you'll need SMD soldering expertise and tools to remove and replace the USB connector.
 
You will also need to source the appropriate USB connector, to ensure that the replacement has the same connection configuration and retaining lugs (if any) as the existing one. Micro USB connectors are readily available on Ebay or Mouser but you'll have to get it right.
 
If the repair seems too daunting, contact a reputable, professional electronics, mobile phone or laptop repair service and ask for a quote. They should be skilled in the actual replacement of the USB port. It would help if you did decide to do this, that you mention the ifixit guides which will help them to disassemble the headphones easily and therefore speed up the repair.
If the repair seems too daunting, contact a reputable, professional electronics, mobile phone or laptop repair service and ask for a quote. They should be skilled in the actual replacement of the USB port. It would help if you did decide to do this, that you mention the ifixit guides which will help them to disassemble the headphones easily and therefore speed up the repair.

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Hi @tbaylucky ,
 
Here is a link to the ifixit [[Topic:PDP Afterglow Fener]] guides.
 
They should help you to gain access to the USB port.
 
It most probably will be a SMD (surface mounted device) type USB connector, so you'll need SMD soldering expertise and tools to remove and replace the USB connector.
 
You will also need to source the appropriate USB connector, to ensure that the replacement has the same connection configurationsconfiguration and retaining lugs (if any) as the existing one. TheyMicro USB connectors are readily available on Ebay or Mouser but you'll have to get it right.
You will also need to source the appropriate USB connector, to ensure that the replacement has the same connection configurationsconfiguration and retaining lugs (if any) as the existing one. TheyMicro USB connectors are readily available on Ebay or Mouser but you'll have to get it right.
 
If the repair seems too daunting, contact a reputable, professional electronics, mobile phone or laptop repair service and ask for a quote. They should be skilled in the actual replacement of the USB port. It would help if you decide to do this, that you mention the ifixit guides which will help them to disassemble the headphones easily and therefore speed up the repair.

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Original post by: jayeff ,

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Hi @tbaylucky ,

Here is a link to the ifixit [[Topic:PDP Afterglow Fener]] guides.

They should help you to gain access to the USB port.

It most probably will be a SMD (surface mounted device) type  USB connector, so you'll need SMD soldering expertise and tools to remove and replace the USB connector.

You will also need to source the appropriate USB connector, to ensure that the replacement has the same connection configurations as the existing one. They are readily available on Ebay or Mouser but you'll have to get it right.

If the repair seems too daunting, contact a reputable, professional electronics, mobile phone or laptop repair service and ask for a quote. They should be skilled in the actual replacement of the USB port. It would help if you decide to do this, that you mention the ifixit guides which will help them to disassemble the headphones easily and therefore speed up the repair.

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