Solid red, overheated. Flashing green, bad bios load. Flashing red-orange, bad video output. Flashing orange-green, AV cable not plugged in properly. Flashing red-green, system faliure (can be alot of things). well Heres A basic Breakdown on the indicator lights hope it helps.. a lot of times i have seen this issue and been able to fix by disassembling cleaning and reassembling so I would try that first.
Use toothpick. Also use a ear-swab (with some alcohol). Then see if you can get the sprig out in the proper position. It is probably stuck. That's the piece that holds the plug in place. You should see it when you look inside with flashlight and magnifier.
1. Turn the power off. 2. Find the tiniest RESET hole on the side of the tablet next to the micro USB charger port and use a paper clip or similar tool to click it, press gently the RESET button in the hole. While you are pressing the reset button press and hold the Power button also until the Proscan logo comes up and the Android robot is displaying on the screen. (Note this is not the RESET hole on the back of the device.) 3. Release the Power and the reset button. 4. To get into the Android recovery menu you have to click it push it down again the tiny little RESET button in the hole and the POWER button together. Keep pushing the two buttons until the recovery menu displayed. 5. To highlight the options use the paper clip and press the RESET button to move down the highlighter bar until you get to Wipe data / Factory Reset. Press the POWER key to get in the next menu. 6. Move the bar again using the reset button and highlight Yes -- delete all data and press the POWER button. WARNING If you perform a...
Everyone's right except I have done this repair and replaced glass only...while it wasn't the easiest thing I heated it up and used a super thin metal wire and fishing line to separate the glass from the glue then I used one of theseHere= to line the new glass up the apply LOCA UV glue which has to be cured by uv light but once cured your ready to install So THERE IS NO NEED FOR $5000 IN EQUIPMENT