Heyo, First post here. Having trouble finding detailed info for the Vita and the gents of Assembler seem to know a thing or two about hardware. Problem: I picked up a broken Vita (Model PCH-1001) off eBay to see if I could repair it. Fast forward past the stuff I've been able to fix and the only issue I seem to have left is that the system does not seem to be charging. I've already seen all of the common issues but I think this is a deeper hardware problem. This is being tested using a known working charger and battery out of my own fully functioning Vita. If the (broken) Vita is off, and I plug in the charger (connected to wall outlet) the PS Light will come on as a solid orange after a few seconds. A few seconds later you'll see it kind of flick off and then back on real quick, then remain a solid orange for a couple minutes before eventually the PS Light shuts off completely. When the system is on and I plug the charger in, the battery icon on the UI does not show the little flowing electricity thing in the battery icon like it normally would. I have tried cleaning the charge port but there does not appear to be any debris, liquid, dirt or anything in there. Looks fine. I've taken the whole Vita apart to get a better look at the charge port and don't see anything wrong. My guess is one of the tiny SMD fuses has blown? I know there is a thing with the DS Lite where you plug it in and the charge light goes on then off and it's a common issue with the F1 and/or F2 fuses. I cannot find any information online about which fuse is what on the Vita or any specs. I'll admit I'm kind of inexperienced with a multimeter, at least on non automotive 12v etc stuff, and I think my multimeter is fairly basic. I guess I'd test the resistance for the fuses but I don't know what specific scale/setting to use lol. Charger output specs are 5v DC 1500mA. I took this photo of the charge port location. I don't know if the forum will let you view it at original size (3008 x 2000) but if you can, you can get in there super close and see the various fuses and traces etc. Any help would be appreciated.