Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F Battery Connector Ways

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Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F Battery Connector Ways

This article is about repairing solution for Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F battery connector ways jumper. If your phone’s battery connector is damaged somehow you can always replace it with a new one, but if the battery connector’s prints are damaged then the diagram in this article can be helpful to you.

Damage to the battery Samsung J260F could be of the causes for the phone does get wet, padded seat battery connector corroded and rusted breaking lines.

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Here are Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F Battery Connector Ways Problem Solutions. Please study these diagrams very carefully before you start repairing.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F Battery Connector Ways:

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F Battery Connector Ways

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Diagnostics:
If Samsung J260F  is not getting power ON, Replace the battery and try to power it ON. Plug in charging pin into the jack and try to make it charge. Check battery terminal’s +v and -V points with electronics meter.

Solution:
Disassemble the phone Samsung Galaxy J2 Core J260F and check battery connectors if these are loose or not fix. Then check the whole motherboard for water and rust damages, Carbon or broken parts.
If find some rust or carbon make it clean with electronics cleaner and apply hot air with a heat gun to make it dry.
Find out these parts that are identified in the above diagram and make a check for volts. I find some broken parts or tracks are missing then apply jumpers as given in the above diagrams.

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