Sorry, I was sloppy in my description. There is no visible 'break' in
the cable - I'm not *that* rough with it! The keyboard was completely
dead, and the first thing I tried was putting a new cable on, which
resolved the problem. I've also confirmed that the original cable is
broken, as it won't work on a cell phone with the same attachment.
The exterior USB socket feels a little 'clicky', so I suspect one of the
connections inside has broken. I'll cut into it this evening to see if I
can see anything.
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017, at 02:20 PM, Vinney Cavallo wrote:
at what point in the cable did it break? I'm guessing right near the
body of the keyboard, from flexing back and forth?>
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 1:51 PM, Tyler Smith
<tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:>> Hi folks,
I managed to break my USB cable, probably from getting it wrapped
around>> junk in my bag. That got me thinking it would be prudent to get a
plastic case, or sleeve, or something to keep the cord from getting>>
yanked about, and anything else from getting into the keys.
Has anyone found anything appropriate? Alternatively, any
suggestions>> for building something for this purpose?