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I need to find out how to get notebook open so I can work on it. I cannot find any references any where so I am asking for help.
I search Google as you probably did and didn't find much information about your laptop. Since you are willing to open the laptop just take your time and study it. Usually you need to remove battey, hard disk, memory, DVD drive WiFI card any thins that can be remove. Look behind that battery there could be some screws that will hold presumably the cover above the keyboard.
Look in the back of the laptop for screws mark with a tiny keyboard.
It will be difficult to writ more information unless I see the laptop.
I am not sure if you are still looking for the solution but if you do and this site allows to to send "pics" or send them to me directly I might see how to open the laptop. If you ever get to open the laptop you will need a very strong soldering gun (and everything that goes in the business of replacing the jack) and of course getting a new jack. There could be a number in the bad jack.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am sure that power jack is a part of your mother board but you can also replace a new power jack for your mother board. I know that if you send it to HP they will charge you 398$ for repairing the notebook. I will give you a link from where you can purchase a power jack with a nominal price. You can fix it by yourself or you can go to any electronic shop for foxing this. It is as simple as soldering the new power jack on the mother board.
The web link is:
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
You would probably be better off buying a new notebook. Not sure how tecnologically advanced you are but it seems you already did the troubleshooting yourself. But i am very interested in the a/c adaptor output. If the led on the adaptor is green that just means that it is getting power from the wall.
What did you mean by fluid leaking out?
It could be the mobo (motherboard) or it could be the connections from the power to the machine. If you want to put a new mobo in I have to warn you that taking apart a laptop is VERY difficult and I do not recommend this unless you are a PRO. This is just about the only link i can find to buy a new board. If you google your laptop model you will find out you definately are not alone with this problem
Please don't forget to rate my response and let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: Serial number 557s notebooks ECS
Maybe with the Everest software you could get the serial number, I'm not really sure, but if you only need drivers for this model check this link
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
SOURCE: LG RD405 MOTHERBOARD PROB.
Before you decide replacing the motherboard, have you determined the fault in the laptop?
I suggest you attach a monitor to the laptop and power up the monitor then bootup the laptop. This will automatically switch the video data to the external monitor. If you don't get a normal Windows image then you could have a faulty video card or faulty memory.
In a laptop the video card uses part of the main RAM (memory), try re-seating the RAM module/s and see if this corrects the problem.
If not you could have faulty RAM module/s, take them to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test them for you. If these are OK then you definitely have a faulty video chip problem. This is part of the motherboard and the fix is a replacement motherboard.
Replacing the motherboard may not be a cost effective solution, but it depends upon the age of the laptop and the costs of repair.
If you decide to get a new laptop, you can salvage the hard drive from this laptop and insert it into an USB hard drive adapter case and use it as an external USB hard drive.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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You should take it in for repair if you are not familiar with notebook repairs. From what you are saying it seems as though your DC Port Adapter has a problem. This is the port where you plug your ac adapter into the notebook. In some cases a repair tech can correct that problem otherwise the mainboard is replaced. Being that you do no have a broken pin and or the port is not secure on the board the repair of it may only reqiure a little soldering by a professional. If I were you I would not take that chance being that you can damage the board and they can be expensive. It can also be sent back to he manufacturer for repair of that port. They would either replace the port of repair it.
Hope this helps you...
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