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#114830 4-Mar-2013 17:22
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The charging port on my wife's phone is busted, and although there are replacements available, I have not been able to find any in New Zealand.

Where can I find spares for this phone?

The connector looks like this:
http://www.sourcingmap.com/replacement-part-charging-port-connector-for-nokia-e63-p-158272.html

Not sure if a connector from another model will fit this phone



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  #774457 4-Mar-2013 17:40
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I presume it's the 2 mm charging port like is used on other Nokia phones that don't use USB.

I'd say there's a fair chance that other similar style/shape Nokias (e.g. E71) use the same port.

I've never seen anywhere in New Zealand with these parts.  You will most likely need to order from overseas.





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  #774901 5-Mar-2013 11:29
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Cheers for that
It is the 2mm port

 
 
 
 


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  #777758 10-Mar-2013 22:34
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dont really think its worthwhile to fix it as it would be cheaper to buy a new one!

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  #777832 11-Mar-2013 09:24
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The parts are actually pretty cheap and easy to install so it definitely is cheaper than buying a new phone. A lot of Nokia phones use the same charger port component so one for another model may be compatible.

OP, I will have a look at home tonight and see if I have one that will be compatible. If I do I'll PM you and you can have it if you like.

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  #777855 11-Mar-2013 10:48
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Isnt there a mini or micro usb port on this phone? I used to own one and often used the usb to connect to my laptop. Wouldnt it charge fine off this as well? Then you only need a bog standard adapter/charging kit?

Im pretty sure it used to charge off the usb. Check the manual.

Edit: theres also these cheap adapters you could use also   

http://www.ebay.com/itm/CA-146C-USB-charge-port-Adapter-Nokia-E63-E71-E72-E55-/330521145831

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  #777864 11-Mar-2013 10:59
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Update... I did a quick search and it seems you cant charge from USB... but it might pay to check this yourself.

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  #777962 11-Mar-2013 13:15
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Gooseybhai: Isnt there a mini or micro usb port on this phone? I used to own one and often used the usb to connect to my laptop. Wouldnt it charge fine off this as well? Then you only need a bog standard adapter/charging kit?

Im pretty sure it used to charge off the usb. Check the manual.



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  #777976 11-Mar-2013 13:43
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The connector port is actually not that dear, around $5 on Ebay or Asian sites.
The problem is it will probably take 4 -6 weeks to get here



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  #777977 11-Mar-2013 13:44
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The USB port cannot be used to charge the phone, been there, tried that



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  #777978 11-Mar-2013 13:46
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UglyBob - If you do find one that is compatible, it would be much appreciated.
I'm sure it will be compatible with other phones too

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  #778220 11-Mar-2013 21:53
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Just took apart an old E63 so you can have the charger port out of that. PM me your details and I'll send it out.

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