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Re: balance #CN6555 note book
A local PC store should be able to supply at least the power connector that is within the laptop. A lot of laptops only have solder points holding the power connector in place. Over time and putting pressure on the power cord will loosen those points. The power connector itself should cost about 50 bucks. Having it installed depends on labor charges.
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Since that is a Wal-mart brand you need to check with them. They can order if for you. I tried several sites but couldn't find one for you.
Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else. It would be very kind of you if this does work for you to please rate me or leave a short note. I would really appreciate it. Thank you for your time. JimmyC
It's not that hard to fix yourself. . . . Just take your time when you disassemble the system. And take pictures along the way so when it's time to reassemble it you have records of what went where. If you aren't mechanically inclined and decide to have one of the shops repair it I do suggest a AC cable retention device like the one they mention in this video.
Regarding the manipulation of the power cord. This would indicate that you have on of two problems. The first would be a loose power connector in the pc. To fix this, you will need to remove the motherboard and resolder or replace it as may be required. The second is that the cable and/or connector on the power cable that runs from your adapter to your computer is bad. You may be able to repair that problem or you may need to replace the cord. As this may be your problem, I would recommend fixing this problem before going any further.
Regarding the pc not coming on. If repairing the cord and/or connector doesn't fix your system try this. Remove and reseat your memory modules. If that doesn't do it, remove the memory modules, remove the hard drive and replace only one memory module.
If you still don't power up, get back to me and we'll go from here. Best of luck! Ron-
Hi yes there is a keyboard replacement for this model i can get you one i have a computer repair shop but what it seems to me is that you just have a loose connection under th keyboard where it connects to the main board. I can help with this its most likely a loose connection. if you try to re seat the connection and it still does not work i can order you a new keyboard let me know thank you