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Inspired Contributor
Spero
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎05-27-2011

Datta cord connector design flaw

I had to order a seventh new cord from cs yesterday. I made a redesign sugestion of recasting the connector in a L shape to relieve the preasure on the wire while chargeing while useing the nc. I was hopeing that you could pass on this suggestion to the designers that do the cords, maybe this would help make the cords less likely to break where the cord goes into the connector. Thank you
Spero
Frequent Contributor
Luvmynookie
Posts: 25
Registered: ‎12-30-2010

Re: Datta cord connector design flaw

I'm on my 4th cord and not happy about it!!  I love the nook and need a reliable way to charge it...