Ok.. lets start with the basics.. whats the model numbers of the phones your using . 1, Did you replace the charging port? 2. If so can you explain exactly what you did..I.E. did you physically remove said bad USB charging port from the phone and physically replace it with a new on? 3.can you post pictures of all the ports you have tried with there respective part number please. Ok so Ive only ever heard of this happening one time when replacing a charging port and it was on the old windows phones by htc.. with that said the only thing I can think of is that the ports you are using are proprietary to the respective company’s the phones are with.. Like take the note 3 for instance… you can not swap screens with one from att to a Verizon note 3.. they cut the plastic differently.. mother boards or any thing.. there are ways to make it work but the risk involved woul be to hi.. better just buying a new screen.. any ways post the requested info and ill see what i can dig up..
Firstly hold down the Power button, until your device is turned on. Then from the home screen open Menu and choose Settings. Select Backup & Reset and tap Factory data reset. Choose Reset device and select Erase everything to begin hard reset operation. Well done! Your tablet should restart itself right now. Second method: Start by swtiching off the device by pressing Power button. Press and hold Volume Up + Power key for a couple of seconds. You can release held keys when you see an Android Logo on the screen. To enter the Recovery Mode hold down the Power button for a short while. Afterwards from the menu choose "Wipe Data/Factory Reset" by using Volume buttons to scroll and Power button to select options. Tap "yes" to confirm if you are 100% sure you want to clear all your data. Press Power button to enter option "reboot system now". Cogratulations! The hard reset has just been performed. answer via - https://www.ifixit.com/User/1837590/Bob 2017 How to I factory reset tablet sc-1022KB
have your mechanic check your heater core.. Plugged heater core. Update (03/07/2019): or a faulty thermost that is sticking.. or installed backwards.. has your mechanic pressure tested your cooling system? and performed a leak down test?