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My wife's Fujitsu Lifebook A6120 has lost power. I suspect the problem is with the power cord or post as it is mounted on the side of the laptop. Is this a common issue with this model?

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Yes very common i would take it to a pc shop to have it check with one of there cords hpe this helps

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Yes, as a PC Tech, I have seen many Fujitsu Lifebooks, all bearing the same problem. The A/C power jack mount where the power cord connects to the notebook is very fragile and seems to become unusable after a period of time.  I repaired a whole sales team fleet of 19 units that were all Fujitsu Lifebooks and all with the same problem . . . damaged or broken AC adapter jack.

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You will need a low-temp soldering Iron and a service manual to show you how to dismantle the laptop and access the power jack.

I don't recommend novices techs to try this. The good news is that most PC repair places will fix the problem for less than 100.00. The bad news is you will eventually have this issue again in the future.

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