Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Being a Dell, you may have to replace the motherboard as untold damage has been done to the switch mode, internal power supplies.
Posted on Mar 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power circuit got blown off
Its hard to say what component got burned. It is very possible that the entire motherboard might be blown. I am not sure if there is a fuse for this model. Try searching on Google for a service manual for the dV6000
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
SOURCE: Laptop will not turn on.
It is a problem with the Dell Inspiron 1150 system. That system had known problems for overheating. You may need to replace the fans on the system. Call Dell they did extend the warranty on these systems for this particular issue.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
The charger is defective take it to a store that sells them and ask them to plug in a charger for it wait for 20 minutes and if it works to kow the charger is bad, if it does the same thing then you know the bateery pacl is bad.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
Depends on the machine. In some case, the dc jack is easy to replace. IN other cases, you need to do soldering.
It takes about an hour to open an average laptop for the first time. When you get down the motherboard and jack. If the jack has power lines coming from it, you should be able to replace the jack for about $30.
If it is directly on the motherboard, you will need to solder. I would suggest a pro to do the soldering. That will cost you about $100 to $150.
You don't need to bother with the motherboard. It will cost more than an new computer.
Posted on May 20, 2010
SOURCE: My laptop cord fried wen
It could very easily be either a fried motherboard, a broken connection on the DC jack within the laptop, or a fried DC Jack. It is typically at least a $200 fix if you go through GeekSquad or the manufacturer - maybe more if the motherboard is fried. Unfortunately, there isn't an easy solution to this one.
Posted on Aug 24, 2011
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