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The Charging PCB is destroyed. Any Solutions?

I know I shouldn't have, but when my JBL Flip 3's micro-usb charging port broke, I decided to take matters into my own hands. It's safe to say I destroyed the pcb that has the aux cord and charger. It's unusable. Is there anything I can use to replace this? I don't even need the aux cord, just the usb port. If i have to buy some cheapo charger pcb or make one myself, I'm down. It's a bummer to see this nice speaker end up in the junk drawer.

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Hi,

Don't know your speaker but is the charge port on a separate pcb from the main amplifier board?

If so, does the charge port pcb have a 'board number' printed on it at all?

If so search online using just the number only and see if there are any results.

Just a thought.

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It is a seperate pcb! but unfortunately I do not see any board number. Just a few markings like "C801" "j301" and "l205"

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@ez2remember70 add some images of the broken board with your question. Use this guide Agregar imágenes a una pregunta existente for that so we can see what you see.

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Okay, Uploaded

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I did the same thing. Did you ever find a replacement? I've been looking all over the internet and I havent found anything.

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Hello,

I had the same problem, just use the 4p cable for charging use the black - and red + for charging throug usb 5volt. You can solder a usb wire to it and it wil charge again! And then you can throw away that pcb!

Please let m know it worked for you too!?

Regards, Thiemo

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Hi,

I also wrecked the charging pcb and was about to throw away my JBL flip 3, then stumbled upon your comment and did exactly as you said. I now have a working and charging speaker with a usb wire permanently attached to it.

It has made me quite happy, thank you so much for your solution.

Best regards.

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Hi ,

I have a same problem with my jbl flip2

And i suddenly noticed your comment here .

Thanks a lot

And can i use a normal 5 A usb charger to solder with the board?

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Hello,

After soldering the USB cable to the speaker wires, I have plugged it in to a regular Samsung phone charger 5-9V and 1.64-2A I believe.

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It worked perfectly. Thank you so much for this comment. Usb male type A red and black to the the 4pin’s red and black, I left the other wires disconnected. The speaker charges and is functional like normal.

This might be possible too: the leftover 3 pin could be salvaged to connect a female aux for audio input. Have yet to try it, maybe for a future DIY project.

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Can anyone post a pic of the working solution please? The re-wire i mean :)

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Here is a post about howw to fix the problem https://openclassrooms.com/forum/sujet/r...

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