One of connectors on my USB-C charging cable is broken. It's a 5A cable with a e-marker that has 6 pins, D+/-, CC/VConn, VBUS+/-. I want to replace the broken connector but I'm not sure whether it's the e-marker side or the dumb side.

What if I put on a new e-marker connector anyway? Will the two e-marker chips interfere with each other because they are both on the CC line?

  • \$\begingroup\$ Two chips will interfere. Just buy a new cable. \$\endgroup\$
    – Justme
    Jul 1 at 7:58


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