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Power cord "outlet"?

My laptop was dropped while plugged in to recharge...and the "spot"
where the cord is plugged in got damaged. So, when I plug in the power cord, it goes in crooked and doesn't charge...Can this be fixed??
I REALLY hope so! My laptop is practically new!!! PLEASE HELP!!!
:o/Lucinda

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  • Lucinda Dec 11, 2008

    Thanks for your quick response and advice. My husband (Mechanic whiz) ended up temporarily "fixing" my laptop.

    He just stuck his magnetic screwdriver in the "jack" and straightend out something ??? now it recharges!! But, the question is how long will it work!!! I'm keeping my fingers crossed...

    :0)Lucinda aka luvgeostr8

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Unfortunatly this is physical damage and I don't think they will take it back under warranty. I have fixed these myself, but I am good with a soldering iron.
You could try a friend that is good with a soldering iron, and you trust.
Or you could take it to a laptop repair place and have them change the main system board at cost.

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Dear Lucinda,
its called physical damage , well you have to contact nearest Authorised service Centre, for replace this broken part they can fix it professionally.

Be Happy Always

Regards

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