Question about Gateway M6307 Notebook
Essentially you will need to disassemble the laptop almost down to the main board, desolder the bad jack and replace it then reassemble. I can't provide a step by step as there are very many steps. But will suggest that this will be an involved repair and if you aren't comfortable disassembling the laptop, have a repairman handle it. If you choose to forge ahead, take it slow and take lots of pictures as they can be helpful when it comes to reassembly.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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