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There is connectivity problem, best way is to ask a qualified hands on technician's help to clean the connector as it probably stained due to environmental changes like humidity. By my experience issue doesn't require any replacement of parts but skill of the technician is essential. You may check your local repair center or you can take to the Toshiba Authorized center.
here is the link for Toshiba Authorized Service center selector

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