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Motherboard DV1000 DA0CT3MB6G6 dead or faulty

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Check power supply to see if it is blinking. If t s there is a shorted component on the board most likely a capacitor. NOTE: CHECK ALL CAPACITORS BEFORE REMOVING MOSFETS etc. The mosfet beside the DC jack will get hot but it is not the problem. To find shorted component look for damaged components or press lightly to feel if component is hot to touch.

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I will provide you the part number for the motherboard, you can find the motherbaord online. It will be costly, try searching for cheaper price.
393656-001 : 915GM

393655-001: 910GM

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For this kind of issue, please follow up the following steps to check:
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