A 63/37 solder wire is made of 63% tin and 37% lead, which both melt at a low temperature for a quick but strong fix.

It is not foolproof, but it is better than nothing.

If the problem persists, you can try using a paperclip or other small object to push the wires back into place. Put a length of shink tubing on one of the cables and slide to one end for later use.

This instructable documents a useful hack to desolder and replace failing Micro-USB (or USB-C, mini, etc!) ports without use of hot air, solder wick or solder suckers.

To make it easy, place the button between scissors handle to apply pressure at a focussed point to lock it.

If the cable is broken close to the USB connector, either end, which most likely is a molded plug then you’ll have to replace the plug which requires re soldering the wires. Once the wires are separated, insert each set of wires deep into four different 3M scotchloks. However, the shown side indicates that the repair can be done.

If the cable is broken away from the plug and you have enough length to work with, then you could cold.

You'll have a hardwired USB cable, but the soldering is easy. Once the wires are separated, insert each set of wires deep into four different 3M scotchloks. Once the wires are separated, insert each set of wires deep into four different 3M scotchloks.

See if you can fix that first, before trying to replace it. Wrap the tape around the wires tightly 5-6 times, making.

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Use a piece of cardboard inserted with the board to take up the slack. Fixing a USB cable without soldering is possible, but it is not recommended.

Start by cutting the full size usb off the wire, and then cut about six inches of the data cable off and seperate the wires so that you can use one in the next step. Clean up the connector by removing the old ripped off pads first I think, so it will sit down ok.

If the problem persists, you can try using a paperclip or other small object to push the wires back into place.
Slide the wire into place.

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The device board is the same width as the USB connector. Step 4: Use wire cutters to cut one end off the USB cable. In general, thicker cables are easier to fix without a drop in quality and also require a more powerful iron to solder with.

Lock the wires by popping the button. . The board runs will act as the male pins. . I know where the problem area is (if you don't know try wiggling the wires and see what happens) so the first thing is to chop off the USB plug ready to be worked with.

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The board runs will act as the male pins. Click on the “ Check now ” button.

Add a liberal amount of solder to all the joints.

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You'll have a hardwired USB cable, but the soldering is easy.

Clean the area around the wire with isopropyl alcohol to rid it of excess dust, debris, or oil.

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