Chuwi H10 Pro. Will not switch on.

Chuwi H10 Pro. Will not switch on.

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  • #141652

    Trevor
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    Just bought a chuwi H10 Pro. Could not switch on.  Followed all the recommendations to no avail.  Tried to charge it in case this was the problem, but no light to say it was charging. Totally dead. Have tried charger on other laptop charges ok.

    #141661

    Hualalai
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    If new, get a refund and buy a new one.

    If bought used, attach external display to HDMI port.  If nothing shows, put a pigtail on the charging port, attach voltmeter, see if the battery is charged.  If not charged, unless it has a screwed-on back (I don’t own an H10), get  your heat gun and spudgers out, and confirm battery is connected.  If connected, replace battery. If battery good, it’s bricked.  You’ll need to flash the EEPROM (no guarantee that will fix it) or toss it.

    #141775

    Chris G
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    Make sure you leave it overnight to charge. But first, hold the power button down for 14 seconds continuously.

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    #141804

    santi_sc
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    Just bought a chuwi H10 Pro. Could not switch on. Followed all the recommendations to no avail. Tried to charge it in case this was the problem, but no light to say it was charging. Totally dead. Have tried charger on other laptop charges ok.

    The USB Type-C charging connection of this Tablet is something deeper than normal, make sure you connect the USB Type-C cable well. Try using the original cable as it is ready to connect deep into the Tablet.
    Then if you can revive the Tablet you can find another type C cable, but bear in mind that it is possible for you to slice the protective plastic covering the type C connection a few millimeters so that it makes contact in the Tablet correctly.
    As they say let it charge the battery several hours, it may take a few hours to respond to the load LED.

    #142434

    Fabrice
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    Hi I have a similar problem. Yesterday evening everything was fine but this morning the tablet doesn’t switch on. If I plug the charger, the led is blinking. What should I do?

     

    Additional information : I use the tablet to supply an Arduino nano board, but it usually does not create any kind of problem.

    Thanks for your help

    #142480

    santi_sc
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    Hi I have a similar problem. Yesterday evening everything was fine but this morning the tablet doesn’t switch on. If I plug the charger, the led is blinking. What should I do? Additional information : I use the tablet to supply an Arduino nano board, but it usually does not create any kind of problem. Thanks for your help

    Charge the tablet for several hours, then do a long press of the power button.

    #142483

    Fabrice
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    Thanks, it worked. Any idea of the reason for this problem?

    #142521

    santi_sc
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    Thanks, it worked. Any idea of the reason for this problem?

    I suppose that the battery charge was exhausted to minimum values and for that reason it cost a little more to turn on. If you use the tablet with the keyboard, once you turn off the computer you must wait for a few seconds until the keyboard led turns off completely to lower the cover, otherwise it could influence battery consumption. Normally the keyboard does not consume battery to leave it connected to the tablet, but it costs nothing to wait a few seconds to turn off all the LEDs.

    #142537

    Fabrice
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    Thanks, I usually do not switch it off, I just close the keyboard.

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