also my chargers are all 5v 1 amp or less.
A normal iPad charger is 10 watts. Have you tried charging your iPad with one of those?Originally Posted by partin_us_99
I don't have a 10w charger. Figured my iPad 2's charger would work but even then my iPad original won't charge it says not charging while plugged into comp and 1% with the plug icon in the battery indicator.
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It's always possible that the battery has become defective, it may also be a problem with the connection between the battery and the charging socket.Originally Posted by partin_us_99
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ok skumonkey. scifan 57 the connection is good bc if there were not a somewhat decent connection it wouldnt run at all. Atleast the screen wouldnt power up. And it does it with the old and new battery so ik it's not the battery. Only culprit i can think of is the dock cable assembly the runs from the bottom to the logic board. Or not enough power from the charger. Trying to get a new charger to rule that out.
to no avail ive tried resetting the connection on the battery to board tried every tip and trick to get this thing to charge looks like i've got a parts pad lmao
You should not be using the USB connection cable to charge your iPad, but should be using the 10w charging cable connected to a home power point. You say you do not have that so you will need to buy, borrow or steal that vital gizmo.
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