Question about Toshiba Satellite (K000004080) Motherboard
The dc connector on my toshiba laptop broke. Do i need to replace the whole motherboard or is there another solution?
If the laptop still works, then there would be no need to replace the motherboard. The DC jack is replaceable/repairable. What would be more challenging is the disassembly and eventual exposing of the bottom part of the circuitry where the DC jack is soldered into. Often the DC jack would have at least 2 solder point (not more than 3). This might interest you.
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Posted on Oct 25, 2008
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