Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
Hello folks. I am a newbie at using a multimeter - please forgive. This laptop will not power up at all. I have tried all the obvious things with no luck. Everything I have read leads to the power jack. I have the laptop taken apart - the jack is wired instead of directly connected to the motherboard.
Is this correct - there are 4 pins on the motherboard connector where this attaches. 2 of the 4 pins have what appear to be maybe slight oxidation? (the solder is yellow instead of silver). Do I check for continuity by simply touching each of the 4 pins with one needle than a ground point on the motherboard? And the meter should read '0' on each?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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