Question about Computers & Internet
the power jack is soldered to the motherboard which has to be removed to fit a new jack.
this involves a lot of time and you have to rember where all the screws came from as they are all different. one screw in the wrong hole can crack the motherboard ! it is not a job you should undertake unless you know what you are doing. my advice is get a pro to do it as its too risky unless the laptop is really old and not worth much. if you do get it repaired make sure everything is backed up first as the hard drive getting wiped is quite a common event.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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