maybe you can try and help , i got Razer Blade Stealth 13.3" QHD+ Touchscreen Ultrabook, my charger that is 65W with 20v with 3.25a for 20v,was broken at the end of the conector at the end of the charger and when i opend to see what USB C type is it i saw 4 red lines and one blue and one more line , see attcehd photos and maybe you can help what needed for solder on a new C type Thanksenter image description here
This question is a bit old but I found it looking for the same answer. Hopefully the OP found their answer elsewhere. After something digging into the USB-C PD protocol, which I believe is being used here, I determined only one pinout that made sense to me. The 4 red wires should be the 4 VBUS lines required by USB PD. As far as I am aware it does not matter which VBUS plugs to which, but make no guarantee. The blue line will be CC1 of the USB-C connector, this pin is used to determine plug orientation (irrelevant here), plug connection, and power delivery negotiation. The final wire (silver, exposed) is the GND wire (connects to 4 pins in the connector).
Pinout image and more info found at https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/technical-articles/introduction-to-usb-type-c-which-pins-power-delivery-data-transfer/.
I plan on using this information to fix two broken Razer USB-C 65W power supplies, but have not finished the repairs yet.