Question about Computers & Internet
The computer hit the ground with the cable at the back, and the small silvery connection on the powerjack has come loose so now there is a loose connection at the back.
To repair the DC connector on the laptop, you need to disassemble the laptop down to the system board. Here is a guide on how to repair the jack after you get the system bd. out.
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Posted on Oct 25, 2008
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