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Part number: 316809100002-R02

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I am looking for the following part, Part number: 316809100002-R02 for the Packard Bell Note Book 'EASYNOTE SW51-201'.

This is a mini circuit board which has two USB port attached and the port for the power adapter plugs into. I think this has blown as there are two burnt/black parts on teh circuit board. This is a separate circuit board to the mother board. It attaches to the mother board via some wires.

Do you stock this and if so could I have a price and check stock availability please?

Thanks

Claire Hi

I am looking for the following part, Part number: 316809100002-R02 for the Packard Bell Note Book 'EASYNOTE SW51-201'.

This is a mini circuit board which has two USB port attached and theport for the power adapter plugs into. I think this has blown as thereare two burnt/black parts on teh circuit board. This is a separatecircuit board to the mother board. It attaches to the mother board viasome wires.

Do you stock this and if so could I have a price and check stock availability please?

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  • tzelazny Nov 20, 2008

    Hi



    I am looking for the following part, Part number: 316809100002-R02 for the Packard Bell Note Book 'EASYNOTE SW51-201'.



    This is a mini circuit board which has two USB port attached and the
    port for the power adapter plugs into. I think this has blown as there
    are two burnt/black parts on teh circuit board. This is a separate
    circuit board to the mother board. It attaches to the mother board via
    some wires.



    Do you stock this and if so could I have a price and check stock availability please?



  • joeallaway1 Feb 27, 2009

    i have the same problem as described above, any help would be appreciated! thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    i have the same problem described above

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    I have the same problem described above.
    I hope that's the only burned card. Does someone have any clue where to buy spare part ?

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I too have the same power board burnt out ... did anyone ever find the part you was looking for ... Thanks

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