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Laptop no power A530 TM5600 PC CHIPS

No battery charging or power to machine - adapter OK.
Probably a dry joint but case resists all attempts to open it.

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  • caraka Nov 27, 2008

    Same problem, which I know is a dry joint where the adapter plugs into the case. I simply cannot get the case open enough to get at the joint with a soldering iron. Any tips?

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If u have already checked the adapter then make a power drag trial, that is use the adapter with any other laptop of same voltage rating and if the lap works there is no problem with adapter as some adapters fail to deliver power at the time of consumption and gives correct multimeter reading.If the problem is with ur laptop surely u have to open the case,there after chk for dry solder and then chk power regulator ics ,chk short circuit of components etc

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