Question about Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0
Tablet won't charge
Posted on Jul 01, 2016
That might be caused by a failed hardware inside your device, you can open the device and at the back in there is a power charger strip, that is what you need to consider playing round with, either it is loose or you need to replace it. Have find discovering.
Posted on Oct 12, 2014
Frequently, a "won't charge" scenario can be traced to the "charger" rather than the item to be charged. Every power source has it's electrical requirements either imprinted directly on it, (usually on the side with the prongs), or on a sticker somewhere on the surface. It will spell out the input and output requirements of the unit. The input should be 110/120 volts AC, and the output should be from 1 1/2 to 2 volts, DC more than the required voltage to run the tablet. That little extra voltage is necessary to "PUSH" the voltage into the battery. If you had a charger that put out no more than the 9 or 12 volts it takes to run the tablet, it would be at a standstill when trying to charge a battery of the same voltage. If you don't have a volt/ohm meter available take the charger to someone that does and ask them to check it's output rate. If it's in the range I mentioned before then the charger is good and it is the battery that's bad.
Posted on Jun 15, 2014
Are you saying that when the tablet is plugged in, it works, but it won't hold a charge, or is the problem that even when it is plugged into the charger, the tablet will not power up? That is the most likely symptom.
If that is the case, most likely, you have a bad charger cable. These go bad if they get flexed too much. You can find replacements on EBay at a reasonable cost.
if you do have power when the tablet is plugged into the charger, but not once you disconnect, then you probably have a bad battery. Replacing the battery can be done, but requires opening the tablet, which is not so easy.
Posted on Jun 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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