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On board it has a red wire going to heatsink and a black wire but it dont have a wire in dc cord to hook the black wire to so where do i put the black wire.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hp dv 2000 power switch wires 3
To know exact locations of the notebook inner parts, you can try the below manuals of DV2000. Hope this will resolve the issue.
It is Service Manuals of your notebook model.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
this is the rule of thumb,white always goes on the middle terminal ,the 2 outside terminal wires it does not matter which side they are on,if you can see the red and black wire on the terminal block then match them up,the green wire gets mounted to the cabinet,you should already have a green wire to the cabinet so remove the screw and put both wires there and your done,let me know how you do-mike
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
SOURCE: hp power supply failiure
Ive worked on a friends G7000 series laptop, since it had the same symptoms you have with yours.
I tested it on my own(identical) working charger/PSU and still no charging.
After taking the motherboard out, i traced the fault to a short circuit FET (field effect transistor) with the PCB reference of PQ1, located right next to the connector for the DC power jack loom.(short from gate to source) The FET is made by Fairchild Semiconductors and its part number is FDS6675BZ. Being in the UK, i ordered the part from www.farnell.co.uk at a cost of 56pence. After changing this FET(which is there to control power) the laptop is working.
If you are not good with very intricate surface mount soldering, then i suggest you buy the component, take the motherboard out of the laptop(not too hard) and take them both down your local TV repair shop for them to check and change it(tell them the board reference PQ1).. shouldnt cost more than £20 or so been as they dont have to fault find.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Please check this article at apple support:
Posted on May 29, 2009
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