Question about Acer Aspire 3690-2196 Notebook
Use epoxy glue to fasten the socket to the board. I assume that you have a proper soldering iron (small grounded tip, not a soldering gun), and know how to use it. After the epoxy has cured, trace the damaged tracks back to another solder connection, then solder an insulated (about #24 or #26) wire to that point and to the appropriate connection on the power jack. There should be a maximum of three wires to install. If you make the proper connections, it should work as before. Good luck!
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