Original post by: Minho ,
Realistically, this will probably not be repairable. If you’re lucky, it may be a damaged battery or a connection issue somewhere inside. However, if the logic board was flexed, the damage will be difficult to determine and perhaps even more difficult to repair. There is very little information available on the Pro 10.5” making this a more difficult device to repair. So you could try to open it up and inspect the insides, it will certainly be an educational experience. Keep in mind that replacement parts are expensive for this device and when you do a DIY repair, you have to buy potential replacement parts upfront to do the troubleshooting so this may not be cost effective unless the issue is obvious. If you try this, be sure to report back with your findings so that everyone else can benefit.