I noticed in June of this year that you posted on Fixya with a problem on your DV1000 motherboard. You stated that you found a short on PD28, and were going to post your progress in repairing it. Were you successful in getting the motherboard running again?
I have a DV1000 motherboard that is also dead. I found a bad PQ154 that I replaced, and it is still dead so I'm investigating other issues. I just found from your post that PD28 might also be bad, and mine measures 9ohms in either direction, I'll look at replacing this part but I'm curious to know what solved your problem.
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Seem to be circuit issue.
You can check charger with volt meter to check its working ok.
Drain all resistors of power by removing battery and charger and holding down power button for 10 seconds.
There is a power button board that can be bad.
I like to break things down by just powering the laptop with memory and keyboard, power button board only. this will require removing motherboard power button board so it will only be the parts to POST.
Minimal Post .
It can be an array of things from the systems casing shorting it out to other hardware.
The part number you posted on the FixYa site is correct for a replacement board. It is actually designed for the DV1300 series but will work iin many DV1000 series notebooks. If you get on E-Bay and put that part number in the search box, you will find many that are for sale and under 120 bucks. Good luck
This is common problem. To get to that you'll have to take everything apart including motherboard. It's part of the top case. You'll have to bend it up for it to work or completely disable it permanently.
you mean card reader is damaged? No it can't be repaired. It is a part of motherboard and it's sealed, and the only way to open it is to destroy it. However, it could be replaced with the same one from the same motherboard.
It is possible you have two dud batteries. Recharageable batteries have a limited life, they have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles.
With the battery removed and only the power supply connected and the laptop powered up, when you touch the connector on the laptop and the laptop does not shut down then the laptop connector is OK.
If you can verify your new battery is OK the the fault could be the power supply adapter, if may not produce enought current to run and charge the battery. Try charging the battery overnight by turning off the laptop and leaving on the mains t charge. Borrow a mains adapter and test it on your computer.
You can also check the BIOS setting for power management, ie. hibernate, low power shut down etc.