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Re: Troubleshooting Toshiba Satellite P35-S611
This can be due to 3 reasons.Check these out and report back so that i can help you out 1.The AC power cord is damaged:Try connecting another chord to see if its the problem is with this 2.Damaged Battery 3.This is slightly tougher..you will need to open your laptop check if the DC powerjack is damaged..If you dont know how to check this come back and ask..I will guide you
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Open the processor area located under your laptop. You can detached and re attached the processor, some sort of lose contact on pins. If same problem occur, your processor may burnt out. pm me firstname.lastname@example.org i will assist you remotely.
If you have to wiggle the power cord it is most likely the DC jack on the motherboard. It is usually the center pin in the the jack that breaks the solder point and the small tension band inside the jack housing weakens.
According to Toshiba, there has been a battery recall for your specific model.
If that is the case I would definitely contact Toshiba support about it. Maybe you will get a free battery out of the deal. Who knows.
Here is the link and the list(your model is highlighted)
http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/bulletin.jsp?soid=1501060 Sony Battery Pack Recall ProgramsDocument ID:
Public Applicable Models:
I have just fixed the same problem on my Toshiba p35 s611. The power jack inside the laptop had been damaged. To reach the problem you must take apart the entire laptop (there are a few guides for doing this online). Next I simply found the positive connection coming from the jack (it is the wire coming out of the back of the jack) and followed it to where it enters the motherboard. I simply flipped it around and re-soldered that one spot. Other sites recommended I remove the jack but I couldn't melt the solder enough to do so, however just trying and adding some fresh solder was enough to fix the problem. I no longer need to jiggle the power connector to the right angle just to get power.