Question about HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard
It's a power issue. The battery is flat. (No charge present) The AC adapter (Charger) is plugged in. The DC Power Jack has an intermittent contact. (The DC Power Jack is where the AC adapter plugs in. The charger)
The DC Power Jack is broken itself, or where it's soldered onto the motherboard, the solder joint/s are broken. This gives an intermittent contact. To see if this is the issue, try holding the plug for the charger over to one side, when it's plugged into the laptop. You may have to move it side to side, or up an down, to see.
If this is the issue, the DC Power jack costs about $6 bucks. The cost to replace it is $120 to $150.
The tech has to completely disassemble the laptop, until just the motherboard is in hand. The old DC Power Jack is unsoldered, and a new one is soldered in. Then the laptop is reassembled.
IF, you can find a shop! Most of the time the entire motherboard is changed out. Now you're talking Ducketts! $$$$$$$
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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