Considering a DIY repair. But, pins 1, 2, & 4 tore the pads right off the board. #4 seems to be unconnected, while 1 & 2 seem to have a bit of the copper trace left behind.
I wonder if I managed to unsolder / clean up what's left of the old port, if I could do something with conductive glue & Gorilla glue to jury-rig a new port into place? #diy #logitech #repair
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