My laptop was working round about 5 to 6 weeks ago,the charger pin snap off,so i took to a computor shop to get fixed,they told me they could fix it,3 weeks late i go into the shop they said they put a new pin in for me,next day i go and get my laptop,now they are telling my motherboard has gone,but my laptop was working when i took it in to the shop
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Difficult to comment but if a laptop comes in for me to repair and the hinge is broken and maybe cabinet damage, I would offer to replace the broken parts and replace the DC jack, if it was faulty. It is part of the service but may not be cheap to repair!
Hinges usually become loose and very rarely break.
Did the laptop work on the power supply but not on battery?
The DC jack in the laptop may need to be replaced, go to www.ebay.com Type: make and model of laptop, refine search to DC jack or scroll through the list. The laptop must be completely dismantled down to the motherboard and removed from bottom base, soldering equipment a must with the skills to use it, suggest a computer repair shop.
The jack inside the laptop where the power supply plugs into is broken. It will need to go to a computer tech for repair, chances are the jack will need to be replaced and in order to do that a total dis-mantling will need to be done.
What you have been told is correct. The charger adapter is an integral / integrated part of the mother borad.. This is something that can not be reasonably fixed / repaired, only replaced, unless you had access to the manufacturers parts suppliers. You might contact the manufacturer, and price out their repair costs. Also, you may find some hobbyist that could cobble togeather a fix to solder wires, and provide a way to get it to charge, but it would not be as convenient as the OEM Design.. I would use the manufacturers quote on repair / replacement as a pricing guide..
Sometimes you can find used laptops on eBay or similar that would be less than the repair costs.
yes may be bcoz u already replace 2 battery but the problem is same may
be the charging ic problem (in mother board) or the battery quality is
not good try with the original battery and see. if still u facing the
same problem then show it to repairing center and get it done.