ASUS Fonepad 8 USB Ways Charging Jumper Solution
ASUS Fonepad 8 Charging Ways Charging Jumper Here is the solution for ASUS Fonepad 8 K016 Not Charging problem like there is No Charging indication shows on the display when the battery charger is being a plug-in.
This problem is may cause by a faulty charger or faulty components on ASUS Fonepad 8 PCB board. This problem may sometimes happen if the device suffered wet or water damaged or just exist.
There are a lot of factors to consider as far as charging problem is concerned and it’s not really that easy to spot where the problem is. It is, therefore, necessary to use technical deduction when troubleshooting. It means that we will have to rule out one possibility after another and we will base that on the possible causes, such as…
- Damaged or defective charger
- Broken USB cable or cord
- Busted battery
- Loose USB or utility port
- Phone has liquid damage
- Device has physical damage
Before proceeding, ensure that the battery and the battery charger are in good working condition.
– Check all the components shown in the image below, you may start by checking the USB pin connector.
– Then the fuse, diode, capacitors and filter coil for possible open or short circuit.
– Trace each of the connection line paths from USB pins down to the components where it is directly connected.
Before doing, Be sure to check the battery and charger are Exactly working condition. then verify the phone’s USB pin connector is broken or any fault.
Check the charging (+) and (-) line paths are short using a multimeter, if it shows short them, remove/replace the diode, capacitors and filters. Also, replace the fuse. Note: Use these work at your own risk.
Check all the components shown in the image above.
Note: Every repairing solution posted here is tested by at least one member of our team. Use the information available here at Your Own Risk. We are not responsible if any harm comes to your device during the repairing process.
ASUS Fonepad 8 K016 Charging Solution Jumper Problem Ways No Charging Not Supported