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Power connection on back of laptop is loose, wont power up. Is this connector part of the motherboard or is it a separate piece ?

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Hi!

the power plug is on the main board
strip the laptop and re-solder the power plug quick and easy

regards craig

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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