Question about Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook
I was wondering if anybody can help me.I accidentally swapped plus and minus when I fixed my DC jack and blew up sth on my motherboard.Now It won't register the adpater at all.I found that one of tha transistors are faulty
2N70002 but I can't get it anywhere so I tried to replace it with some other but as soon as I plug the adapter in the mosfet blows up again.So either the one I have it's not the right one or there is some more damage done.
Would anyone had a circuit diagram???I'll pay 50$ on yor account if I fix it:-)
If you are really ready to pay, I suggest that you refer to Dell center closest to you. Laptops inner parts are very sensitive and should never be modified by a non-expert. Not to mention that you can't replace a transistor on the motherboard with just any other one, or else it would cause much damage, which ,I afraid, is already done in your case.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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