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Re: easynote r1004 d.c. input socket broken
You really have to completely remove the motherboard from the case to do this. If you cannot find the exact replacement jack (not called socket in parts catalogues) you can just run the wires out of the case to whatever jack that will accomodate your adaptor. If you do not have the remove/replace procedures and still want to tackle this then make sure that you keep track of where EACH screw goes as they do vary in size/threads and pay careful attention to the ribbon connectors that connect to the keyboard, display and touchpad. The bottom of the laptop has little icons that relate to what the screw releases (like a keyboard icon) and even the screw designations molded into the bottom case. If this is a maiden voyage into laptop repair then research or you will learn the hard way. An ESD strap is essential here and all drives/battery/PC modules removed. Good luck. ~Steve
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what do you mean by concert, Do you mean connect? If you do then you will need a 15 pin to 15 pin vga lead. Connect it to the 15 pin socket on the laptop, connect the other end to the tv's 15 pin socket if it has one. Then select PC on the tv's input source menu using the tv remote. Switch on the laptop and it should display on the tv.
If the DC Power Jack is soldered onto the motherboard then take the time to unsolder it and remove it. Then buy another DC Power Jack which costs less than $8.00 and solder it into it's place. Normally when it is soldered onto the motherboard there is no cable involved. That's all there is to it if it's soldered onto the motherboard.
If it sits on a slot in the motherboard and has a cable harness attached to it then you can purchase that too for less than $15.00. All you do then is follow where the other end of the cable harness plugs into the motherboard and unplug it. Then place the new dc jack in the slot where the old one sat and plug the other end of the cable harness into the motherboard.
the plastic containing the power switch slides to the left and comes out. Three screws undeneath and your done.... http://www.user-guides.co.uk/PackardBell/PackardBellCDDownloads.asp link coversPackardBll Drivers CD ISO DownloadsPackardBell User Guide CD PDF DownloadsPackardBell Service Manual CD PDF DownloadsPackardBell Boot Disk CD ISO DownloadsPackardBell Recovery CD ISO DownloadsPackardBell Restore Disk ISO DownloadsPackardBell Diagnostics Bootable CD ISO Downloads
The battery is too low and the power supply can't charge the battery and also power the laptop at the same time.
1. Remove the battery from the laptop
2. Plug in the power cord and turn ON the laptop.
3. It should work ok.
4. After the laptop is "stable" (what 5 minutes?), you can put the battery back into the laptop while it is ON.
5. Leave the laptop ON so the battery can get charged.
6. Lower / close the lid so that the screen will turn OFFand not take up power from recharging the battery.
If this doesn't work for you, try these steps again, maybe wait a few minutes between steps.
Unplug the battery from the laptop and then plug the AC adaptor into the laptop. If the green light still goes off then your motherboard is shorting out the adaptor and the motherboard needs to be replaced.