Question about Averatec (82-878011-01) Motherboard
I've never worked on this brand, but almost all laptops have the power jack soldered right to the system board. Flexing the power connector can break the solder connections and cause the problems you describe. If there hasn't been any damage to the system board, these connections can be resoldered. Getting to them can be a challenge as it means removing the system board to get at the solder side. But if you have soldering experience, patience, a small screwdriver, and some attention to detail, you can fix this.
The only trouble that may pop up is that sometimes electrical arcing occurs where the connections break, and may burn the circuit board. Sometimes the area can be cleaned and successfully repaired, sometimes it's too far gone. But it never hurts to try the repair. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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