Cube i7 book: The lid "shakes" if I touch it while charging

Cube i7 book: The lid "shakes" if I touch it while charging

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  • #149764

    TabNoob
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    1º Sorry for my english, Im using a translator.

    Hello everyone! well the first thing to introduce me because I just arrived, I have a cube i7 book that I bought second hand and the truth that very happy.

    Very happy, except for one thing I don’t know what’s going on. The tablet goes well, charges well, the battery lasts well, etc …. buuuut, when I’m charging, if I put my finger on the back of the screen and slide it on it, I notice that “trembles”, as if I noticed the current, but without becoming a spark. Nothing else happens, just that, but I don’t think it’s normal xD

    When not loading the work is correct, if I just pick it up or put my finger on it does not pass, it happens when I slide it over the lid (WTF?). In fact there are two intensities, if I slide it while charging but it is off, it is very light, if I turn it on while charging, that feeling is a little more intense.

    Is it that something touches the lid? is it the charger? what do you think?

    Greetings!

    Translated with http://www.DeepL.com/Translator

     

    #149793

    Chris G
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    Sounds like it’s not grounded and you’re getting a charge going through the frame of it. A small zap from it. Manufacturing fault perhaps.

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    #149797

    TabNoob
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    Yeah, I think that’s what it is, a lack of grounding. Will it be from the charger or from the tablet itself?

    #149808

    riceart
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    i had same issue on ms surface pro. Small discharge. Nothing to worry.

    #149813

    TabNoob
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    ok don’t worry me. Even so I will try to isolate the areas where there may be a contact to solve it.

    #149816

    Chris G
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    i had same issue on ms surface pro. Small discharge. Nothing to worry.

    As long as it’s not a shock that hurts you or bothers you a lot. Some EZbook 3 Pros and Teclast F7’s did it. Not mine, but some users mentioned it here in the forum. Maybe this is why new models have plastic palm rests?

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    #149818

    Nuts
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    I had a tablet that did the same thing. It turned out the fault was in the cable I was using to charge. Have you tried using a different cable?

    #149824

    TabNoob
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    No, I haven’t tried another one, but I’ve already found the problem.

    I opened the tablet and saw that the keyboard connector insulator did not cover the entire connector. I reassembled it, removed the keyboard and effectively, it didn’t happen anymore.

    Conclusion, I have to find a way to isolate that connector from the back cover and it will be fixed.

    #149833

    Chris G
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    Great at least you have a fix, not that you should have to do this.

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