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Power plugin in back of m65

I broke the plug (inside)for the power where the adapter fits in back of computer. what is the name of that part ? can it be replaced?

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    thanks so much,

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The part is the AC power pin. . . .Look here for a replacement. The repair isn't as hard as some would have you think. The key to doing it successfully is to take it slow and EZ. Take digital pix of the dis-assembly process (use them later when re-assembling the system). Look online and you should be able to find a guide to dis-assembling your laptop. I've done a few and they really aren't that difficult. Parts are under ten bucks. Plan on about two or three hours to do the whole job.

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In laptops they consider it the power supply, because they usually replace the whole unit, you can probably find a new pin, just the broken one, at an electronics store such as Radio Shack/ Source by Cirquit City, and solder it to the board. Be aware it is quite difficult servicing a laptop and if you are not adept at electrical service you may severely damage the unit, in this case I would take it to a service shop.

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