Question about Toshiba Satellite P35-S611 Notebook
Yeah if you are planing to do it yourself..it is worth ..I just bought last week a broke one and I payed something under 100$ ..and I changed the motherboard in one that was doing the same..so ...if you think you will use it ..its worth looking on ebay ..or parts to buy what is missing
Anyway check the power line on the motherboard ..it may be just something unplugged..or a little part..but if it does not get any power..its just that ..
The fact that is charging the battery it means that the power is ok from the charger and the entry on the board...so check the ram memory ..and the power cable of the board...cause if the charging is ok ..and the fan is working ..it may be something like a cable or the switch itself..( in this case the switch board is changeable in a few minutes and has just a plug and 2 screws..
Posted on May 08, 2010
Testimonial: "well i actually took it to a computer store where i live at and the guy looked at it for free, he said it was the motherboard but the power button doesnt even work, the fan doesnt kick on, when it s plugged in it doesnt do anything, so im wondering if the guy even looked at it really b/c he didnt charge me and he just told me i might as well junk it, i found motherboards for it online for like 90 bucks its just i dont want to spend 90 bucks and then find out its a power problem too. the power button is broken on it too, but that shouldnt stop the light from not coming on when i plug it in"
Sound like the AC power jack. I had the same problem but re soldered it and that parts fine now. When you plug the laptop it into the ac adapter you should see the three lights lit up on the front edge, If not its prob the power jack. Very common problem with the p-30's and the p35's. Also i recommend if you take it apart to re solder the jack that you should remove the fans and heat sink and clean all the thermal paste off and re apply new thermal paste. ( I used Artic Silver 5 themal paste on mine). Its another common problem with the p-30 p-35, shutting down for no reason. The reason it shuts down is because the Processor is overheating . Fix the Jack , clean the heatsink processor and fans, re apply new thermal paste,put back together and you should be good to go. I had all the same problems with my p35 s6053 and it works great now. :) :)
Posted on May 26, 2010
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