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I have a Hp laptop Pavilion (pav 9000 series) with a blown fuse

The power adapter light to the AC power cord is displayed and charging , but the three little lights in the front are not, I think maybe it is a fuse problem and not the complete motorboard that's bad, it does not turn on at all.

I am thinking a blown motherboard fuse.

Any Idea's ?

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    Randall Trahan May 11, 2010

    Its the jack that the power adapter plugs into on your motherboard. It can be replaced but you will probably have to get a PC repair to do it as it has to be souldered.



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Unfortunately I think HP warranty policies state that you can only change by yourself  the components covered by dedicated doors on the chassis bottom, such as the hard disk drive and RAM(obviously your upgrade parts are not covered by hp warranty and not supported by hp support).
So regaldess of how complicated the damage is to fix(most of the led indicators are soldered on the motherboard) you need to call  the HP support and they will fix it, they are usually fast and you will have your laptop back in a week or so...otherwise you will probably lose your warranty if you try to locate and replace the fuse,replace the LEDs, replace the connectors...
it might be a connector plugged backwards but you should not directly try to fix it.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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(Multi-Layer Ceramic Capacitor, and they are SMD/SMT just like the Power MOSFET's.
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