Tagged: Help HI12 motherboard
June 22, 2017 at 4:52 am #68389AnthonyParticipant
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So my HI12 v1 (win 10 only) finally died, after years of difficult charging etc I shut it down one night and plugged it in (was already at around 50% charge) all good so far.. the next night I picked it up to use it and the orange charge light was flashing.. seemed odd as I’m sure I shut it down and plugged it in, as mine would never charge whilst being on. So.. after re plugging the charger, waiting a while the orange light was still flashing and no sign of life from the tablet, not responding to powet button presses, short and long. So I decided to open it up again, something I have had to do before when the bios bricked itself, I plugged in the bios reader and compared the bios to the one I flashed, same – same.. one thing I did notice was there was a burnt out component on the board, can someone please take a photo of theirs and post on here I have taken the burnt out part out and I want to know what is written on the original part so I can source a replacement
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.July 17, 2017 at 10:47 am #69336DutchyParticipant
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My motherboard is slightly different than yours in layout. The component in mine at the same spot has the numbers 4061 – 1616. The component near the lower USB port, just visible on the upper right corner in your picture has the same number on my board, but is in a slightly different place. On your picture it is number 4061 – 1547.
Good luck.July 24, 2017 at 1:16 pm #69604AnthonyParticipant
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Thanks DutchyOctober 21, 2019 at 10:26 am #181894ChrisParticipant
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I also have a Chuwi Hi12 and the same part as in Anthony’s picture fried at mine as well. A second part also fried, which is marked with “CP5R” according to Anthony’s picture.
I was not able to find out which parts those are. I suspect the “CP5R” to be a voltage regulator from Ricoh (“CP” marking) but I did not find a clue that the “5R” part means. Moreover, I did not find anything about the “4061 – 1616” part.
Can someone help me?
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