A fitbit is a powerful tool that can help us stay on track with our fitness goals. But what do you do when your Fitbit suddenly stops working? In this blog post, we’ll troubleshoot some common reasons why your fitbit might not be charging, and offer some solutions that can help get you back on track.
One of the most common reasons why a fitbit will stop charging is because the charging port is dirty or obstructed. Take a look at the charging port on your fitbit and make sure there is no lint or debris blocking it. If there is, use a toothpick or another small, pointy object to gently remove it. Once the port is clear, try charging your fitbit again.
If your fitbit still won’t charge, it’s possible that the charging cable is damaged. Visually inspect the cable for any damage, such as frayed wires or a loose connection. If the cable appears to be in good condition, try plugging it into a different USB port. If you’re still having trouble, try using a different USB charger. If you believe your charging cable has been damaged, or is no longer working, you can purchase a new aftermarket charging cable from our store for much less than it’d cost you to buy an original.
See below for a full list of fitbit chargers available from our store.
If you’ve tried all of the above and your fitbit still won’t charge, it’s possible that there is an issue with the battery itself. In this case, the best thing to do is contact Fitbit customer support for further assistance.
We hope this blog post was helpful in troubleshooting why your fitbit might not be charging. Remember to check the charging port for debris, inspect the charging cable for damage, and try using a different USB charger before contacting customer support.
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USB Charging Cable for Fitbit Charge & Force / Charge 2 / Charge 3 & 4 / Charge HR / Luxe / Charge 5
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