Solution in this article is for Nokia Lumia 610 or Lumia 610C Charging problem. So if your phone in not charging solution diagram in this post can be helpful to you. Please note that these solutions work on both Nokia Lumia 610 and Lumia 610C.
First and foremost you should diagnose what might be causing charging problems in your phone. Sometimes when your mobile phone’s battery gets too low it does not pick up charging at once, you have to keep the charger plugged in the phone and wait for a few minutes for the battery to pick up the charging process. To properly check if your phone is charging or not you can use a very handy app built inside your Nokia Lumia 610 and Lumia 610C called On-Device Diagnostic Tool. If you don’t know how to access this diagnostics app read this guide How to Test and Diagnose Problems in Nokia Lumia 610C.
Once you have accessed the diagnostic app tap on “Power Source” (Charging) test. This option will allow you to test on which power source your mobile phone is currently running. If your phone is running on battery power it will show a battery icon in the middle of the screen like this.
If you have connected your mobile phone with an external power source like wall charger it will show a power plug icon in the middle of the screen like this.
If your phone keeps showing battery icon even when you have plugged in the charger then some hardware issue is causing this problem. Please read this Nokia Lumia 610 and Lumia 610C charging problem troubleshooting flowchart and move step by step as instructed. When your problem is solved stop the repairing and start using your mobile phone normally.
I have marked all of the components that are mentioned in the above troubleshooting flowchart on the Nokia Lumia 610C motherboard diagram for your ease. The mentioned parts in the flowchart are J1601 (Charging Connector), F1601 (USB Connector Fuse), U2 (IC), U1201 (IC), C1201 and C1202.
If by any chance you have damaged the Nokia Lumia 610C or Lumia 610 USB charging connector prints, I have marked all of USB connector’s jumper ways in the next diagram. Make jumpers from broken prints to their corresponding components and your phone will hopefully start charging again. Good Luck
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