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Hp 625 no power on

Light beside the dc jack on motherboard is ok... the power board was changed. and always no power up. I always try another CPU Thanks for help

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    contact347 Dec 10, 2012

    The motherboard is 611803-001 (HP 625)

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A) Using another Processor won't do squat. (CPU)

B) Power Board was changed? OK, fine.

All it is though, is a -> POWER ON SWITCH.
Not a power circuit board.

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/HP-COMPAQ-625-620-Power-button-board-connector-Cable-605794-001-/140747567920?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_2&hash=item20c5357330

HP part number - HP605794-001

C) Power LED is on, on laptop?
(Light beside DC Power Jack)

Does the AC adapter (Charger) put out 18.5 Volts DC?
Did you have an assistant wiggle the power cord, and cable from AC adapter TO laptop; to see if there is a break in the wires?

Is the DC Power Jack in good repair?
Center Pin does not move? Jack seems to be solidly soldered to motherboard?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-AC-DC-POWER-JACK-HP-Compaq-320-420-425-620-625-Notebook-PC-CONNECTOR-SOCKET-/220951607351?pt=Laptop_Adapters_Chargers&hash=item3371bdf837

[Battery also removed when checking condition of DC Power Jack ]

All checks out OK?

Suggest one, or both of your Power MOSFET's is bad.
Suggest one is shorted out.
Or one is Open.

Or BOTH.

MOSFET;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MOSFET

Power MOSFET;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_MOSFET

The power circuit section of the motherboard, (DC - DC ), is close to the DC Power Jack,

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-CQ425-CQ625-AMD-Motherboard-611803-001-100-Tested-OK-/160921042379?pt=Motherboards&hash=item2577a43dcb

The above is BOTTOM view of the motherboard. The white rectangular shape with the multiple holes in it, is the Processor socket.

To the right is the LEFT side of the motherboard.
The silvery port at the Top is the VGA port.
Below it is the DC Power Jack.
[Then Ethernet port, HDMI port, and USB port ]

Use -> Mouse here to Zoom in <- option.

See the black rectangular object marked TS21C?
(HF / 1023H)
That is a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Isolation Transformer, made by Taiwan Semiconductor.

Look way above it at C521, C524, and C523.
Those are MLCC's.
Multi-Layer Ceramic Capacitor. (And Surface Mount Device. SMD)

Now look to the top right of them, at the rectangular black chipset, that has 8 'legs'. Looks like a bug. There are 4 legs on each side.
(Those 'legs' are J-leads)

THAT, is a Power MOSFET.
There is a smaller one to the immediate left of it.
(They are right below 2R2 024 M1J )

Now read this article about P.MOSFET's used on the HP Pavilion dv6000 series, and Pavilion dv9000 series of Notebook PC's,

http://mayohardware.blogspot.com/2010/04/important-parts-on-dv6000-and-dv9000.html

In this application, and with the two P.MOSFET's used; the Alpha & Omega - AO4407 - Power MOSFET, if shorted out will Not let the power circuit turn on.

"IF the AO4407 is shorted - The unit will not come on"

Also if the Fairchild Semiconductor - FDS6679 - Power MOSFET is OPEN; the unit will not come on.

Do Not know what P.MOSFET manufacturer, or value/s are used, on your HP Compaq 625 Notebook PC.

Example of purchasing an FDS6679, and AO4407,

http://www.mouser.com/Search/Refine.aspx?Keyword=FDS6679

Scroll down.
$1.01 USD

http://www.mouser.com/Semiconductors/Transistors/MOSFET/_/N-96mrk?Keyword=AO4407&FS=True

Phased out. Cross-reference examples are shown.
Using DMP3020LSS-13 as an example,

http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Diodes-Inc/DMP3020LSS-13/?qs=%2fha2pyFadujguNNSgppBRqXbOxXLwzGsrI1e7YJoMeQLL1J9CG8dQCrDv771kZW5

78 cents USD.

Also check all of the MLCC's.
Examples of MLCC's that are SMD, and 4.7uf (MicroFarad) capacitance, and 16 Volts DC; values,

http://www.mouser.com/Passive-Components/Capacitors/Ceramic-Capacitors/Multilayer-Ceramic-Capacitors-MLCC-SMD-SMT/_/N-b2cj?P=1z0wrjcZ1z0x565

NOT stating they are the correct values for some of the ones, on the laptop's motherboard. JUST examples.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uiroWBkdFY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9FC9fAlfQE

Service Manual (Free) from HP Support,

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?contentType=SupportManual&lang=en&cc=us&docIndexId=64179&taskId=101&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=4173277#2

Hope you are using an ESD wrist strap, and have it's alligator clip attached to a good ground source.
Otherwise get ready to use your motherboard for a Frisbee.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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1) The jack your AC adapter plugs into on the motherboard, is the DC Power Jack.
Motherboard out of case, power to motherboard, take your multimeter and see if you are getting 19 VDC at the DC Power Jack's positive solder joint, on motherboard.

The center pin of the jack is Positive. (The inner cylindrical shell is Negative)
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Dv6000 power light does not come on any more

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HP Pavilion DV2000 will not start when power button pressed


Could be a bad;
1) AC adapter (Charger),
Or
2) DC Power Jack, (Jack that the AC adapter plugs into on the laptop),
Or
3) Power On switch, (Power Button Board),
Or
4) Display Lid Switch Module,
Or
5) Power MOSFETs on the motherboard,
Or
6) Ceramic Capacitors on the motherboard.

1) AC adapter:
General example,

http://www.amazon.com/Original-HP-65W-Adapter-Pavilion/dp/B002QCUIZC/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1350152535&sr=8-6&keywords=ac+adapter+hp+dv2000

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The center hole is the Positive connection.
The cylindrical metal shell on the outside is the Negative connection.

Multimeter function knob set to DC Voltage, the Positive (Red) probe lead goes to the Center Hole.
The Negative (Black) probe lead touches the cylindrical metal shell.

[An inexpensive multimeter can be purchased for as little as $5 to $12. Available in a multitude of stores. An auto parts store is but one example, or look on the checkout aisle racks of major discount stores.
If just a symbol, the symbol for DC Voltage is a dotted line over a solid line. More expensive multimeters have an auto detect feature, that sense when the multimeter is connected to AC voltage, or DC voltage )

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While testing have an assistant gently wiggle the cable from AC adapter to laptop, and the power cord to the AC adapter. A fluctuation of the reading indicates there are broken wires.

AC adapter checks out OK?
Go to the DC Power Jack.

The DC Power Jack on the laptop may have DC_IN next to it.
It has a Center Pin, and surrounding metal shell.
Battery REMOVED, use a No.2 pencil, and see with the easer if you can move the center pin.

If so the jack needs to be replaced.

The DC Power Jack for this model series is attached to wires, that end in a small white plug.
The small white plug plugs into the motherboard.
Easier to replace, than models that have the DC Power jack soldered directly, to the motherboard.
It's a DC Power Harness, and HP labels it a Power Connector Cable.

HP 430462-001 for models that have a UMA motherboard.
HP 430461-001 for models using an Intel processor.

DC Power Jack checks out OK?
Power On switch.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-OEM-Power-Switch-Button-Board-for-HP-DV2000-DV2500-DV2700-HL50-4F615-001-/300734714047?pt=Laptop_Adapters_Chargers&hash=item46052f90bf

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&lc=en&product=1817074&

In the list click on -
HP Pavilion dv2000 Notebook PC Maintenance and Service Guide

This is a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
After you click on the above file name, it may take up to 30 seconds before the first page comes up.

The PDF reader page numbers, and the actual manual page numbers, do not match. When I refer to a page it is the PDF file page.
Go to Page 141 - Switch Cover
Pages 142 and 144 have more details on the Power Button Board.
(Power Button Board is HP part number 417084-001)

How to test?
Multimeter set to OHM. Straight pins (2) in the socket holes of the removed, Power Button Board's cable connector.
Positive probe lead to one pin, Negative probe lead to the other straight pin.
Press the Power On button.

ANY reading indicates a good Power On switch.
No reading of course means a bad one.
(Remember; the Power On switch is a Momentary Contact Switch.
You will just get a brief reading on the multimeter, if good)

Or you can use a small flat tip Jewelers screwdriver, and TEMPORARILY touch the two contact pins on the motherboard, where the Power Button Board's cable plugs into.

Page 179 for the Display Switch Lid Module,
(HP 417087-001)

http://www.sparepartswarehouse.com/HP,Laptop,Part,417087001.aspx

Unplugging the Display Switch Lid Module from the motherboard, and pressing the Power On button, starts the laptop, you need a new lid module.

Power Button Board, (Power On switch), and Display Switch Lid Module checks OK?

Motherboard problems.
There are Power MOSFETs on the motherboard. These are located close to where the plug of the Power Connector Cable, plugs into the motherboard. (DC Power Harness)

The Power MOSFETs control;
Whether the Battery needs a full charge, or a trickle charge.
Whether the laptop is to just run off of the AC adapter, or Battery.

Look to see if any are blackened, burned, or blistered.
Information using the HP Pavilion dv6000, and Pavilion dv9000 series of Notebook PC's,

http://mayohardware.blogspot.com/2010/04/important-parts-on-dv6000-and-dv9000.html

Just to show the average cost of a Fairchild Semiconductor - FDS6679 - Power MOSFET,

http://www.mouser.com/Search/Refine.aspx?Keyword=FDS6679

One dollar and one penny USD.

Looking at the second photo down on the Mayohardware blog link, look at AO4407.
(Alpha and Omega Semiconductor)

Look to the right of the Yellow circled AO4407. That small rectangular shaped object, with a dark wide band on it, is a Ceramic Capacitor.
There is one above it of the same size, one above that, and one to the right of the top one.

Average cost of them is around 62 cents to 80 cents.

Average cost of a replacement motherboard is around $40 to $60 on Ebay.

That does it for me right now. Post additional questions in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

[If you had stated it seemed the laptop came on, but had a blank screen, that is a Different problem ]

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A) AC adapter (Charger) is bad.
Use a multimeter, and check it out.

[ DC Voltage.
Test plug of cable that plugs into laptop.
Positive (Red) probe lead of multimeter, to Center Hole of plug on AC adapter.
Negative (Black) probe lead touches outside cylindrical metal shell.
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AC adapter checks out OK?

B) DC Power Jack is bad

[The DC Power Jack is the port on the laptop, that the AC adapter plugs into. On laptop may be marked DC_IN ]

Damage to DC Power Jack prevents laptop from charging, or running strictly off of the AC adapter.

Battery removed take a No.2 pencil's eraser, and see if you can gently move the Center Pin, of the DC Power Jack.
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http://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=3698

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This example is for HP Pavilion dv6000 and Pavilion dv9000 series of Notebook PC's. You can use it for cross-reference information.
(Location of the Power MOSFETs on your laptop's motherboard. General idea of what they look like ),

http://mayohardware.blogspot.com/2010/04/important-parts-on-dv6000-and-dv9000.html

What? Looks like motherboard replacement to you?
OK
Let's price a Fairchild Semiconductor International - FDS6679 - Power MOSFET,

http://www.mouser.com/Search/Refine.aspx?Keyword=FDS6679

If you buy one the cost is $1.01 USD

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There is one more small component, that if bad will produce the same results;
Ceramic Capacitors.

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See if any of these, (No matter what the size. Look at all of them), are burned. Blackened, bubbled, or blistered.

http://www.mouser.com/Passive-Components/Capacitors/Ceramic-Capacitors/Multilayer-Ceramic-Capacitors-MLCC-SMD-SMT/_/N-b2cj?P=1z0wquyZ1z0t6fg

NOT stating these are ones to use. Just showing average cost.
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Motherboard?

Average example,

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-Inspiron-M140-Motherboard-HC425/dp/B001155N0U


$200 USD

Average example of the -> package type of the Power MOSFETs used,

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uiroWBkdFY&feature=fvwrel

You don't need a Soldering Station. A low Wattage soldering iron, and that tip.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/xps140M/en/sm/index.htm

Regards,
joecoolvette

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